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In
Britain, women occupy 77% of administration and secretarial posts

 

but
only 6% of engineering and 14% of architects, planners and

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83% of people employed in personal services are women.

   It could be argued that a justification of socializing males and females in  different ways is due to tradition. Older generations often value and  respect traditional values regarding the ways in which men and women  should behave. Another justification could be biological factors; men  are physically different to women, making them seem stronger and  more powerful, therefore superior.

 

 

 

 

These ideas
regarding biology, tradition and socialization all relate to

 

the general
issue of gender inequality. Gender inequality has existed

 

since
biblical times, and it could be said that religious and mythological

 

systems are
to blame for how train of thought has evolved. Philosophers

 

such as
Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas applied their own theories

 

regarding
gender differences.

 

 

Later
theorists such as Karl Marx spoke of evolutionary sequences of

 

kinship
organization and gender relations. The turning point in history in

 

which
women’s rights really started to be considered was the

 

Suffragette
movement, which initiated modern thinking regarding

 

intellectual
issues surrounding women. This was the rise of modern

 

feminism
which kick-started the movement to try and achieve gender

 

equality.  

 

 

One cannot deny,
the predominant status men procure in not only

 

social
circumstances, but across all aspects of society. Data from

 

 October 2016 show that women still account for
less than one in four

 

(23.9 %)
board members in the largest publicly listed companies

 

registered
in EU Member States (Report on equality between women

 

and men in
2017 ( Ec.europa.eu,2017).