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Research Paper | Sociology | India | Volume 11 Issue 8, August 2022
Gender Disparity and Differential Skill Sets
Abstract: This paper examines the gender-based differential skill sets of both males and females, particularly in interpersonal and lateral thinking skills. It argues that a woman's identity is the sum total of the three components namely, her sex as a natural endowment, beauty as a social construct, and physical/social insulation that she has culturally absorbed. Her physical body is the asset she has complete sovereignty as well as a proud possession. Interpersonal relations are influenced by the power of communication skills through which women have built a world of their own. Remarkable lateral thinking gives manoeuvrability to ponder in many areas at a time but falls low in-depth. Nurturing skills are typically feminine involving typically different skill sets than her male counterpart. The paper attempts an analysis of the three prime skill sets that characterize disparities between both genders.
Keywords: Gender disparity, Skill sets, Lateral thinking, Social identity
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 8, August 2022,
Pages: 187 - 190