Women's subordination as a social process : the Walbiri of central Australia
In a given cultural context, a woman's relationship to a man may be perceived as "second class", "junior partner" or "partner". Regardless of a woman's status and how it is defined in relation to a man's. both men and women are expected to fulfill different social roles. Within some relatively egalitarian societies all men may be considered to be essentially equal, as well as all women. However, men and women as two separate groups may have different rights and obligations which may make them...[Show more]
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