Modern Feminist Theory and Symbolic Interactionism – the Gender Inequality in Marriage


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Modern Feminist Theory and Symbolic Interactionism- 
Gender Inequality in Marriage 
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Marriage is a commitment of physical, spiritual, and emotional needs between two human beings.  While traditional values have verified the importance of identifying these human beings as male and female, recent societal changes have impacted the way in which society perceives the commitment of marriage.  Due to the historical precedence of patriarchal views, an inequality between men and women in marriage has been firmly established.  Historically, the male is responsible for being dominant, and the female subservient.  Two theoretical viewpoints, Symbolic Interactionism and Modern Feminist Theory address...
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