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Gender Roles in East and South Asia

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Francesca Rodrigo

on 21 November 2014

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Transcript of Gender Roles in East and South Asia

I argue that gender roles from the Neolithic Revolution through the Classical Age continued to have male superiority over women in both East and South Asia. However, as time progressed gender roles in both regions were greatly influenced by empires, religion and culture.
In conclusion, gender roles in East Asia and South Asia were greatly influenced by religion and the empires at the time. East Asia excluded women from important roles while South Asia began to stress the significance of women. However, from the Neolithic period to the Classical era , men continued to reign superior over women while women continued their domestic roles.
Gender Roles In east and south asia
Francesca Rodrigo
Period 4/5
8000 BCE - 600 CE
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