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Religion and community cohesion
Community cohesion: a common vision and shared sense of belonging for all groups in society
Discrimination: treating people less favourably because of their ethnicity/ gender/ colour/
sexuality/
age/ class
Ethnic minority: a member of an ethnic group (race) which is much smaller than…

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3.4.1: How/Why attitudes to the roles of
men and women have changed in the UK
Attitudes to the roles of men and women have changed greatly. Women now have equal rights,
and both men and women are expected to share roles in the home. Attitudes have changed…

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The gender pay gap (difference between men and women's median hourly rate) is narrowing:
1986 = 26%
2012 = 9.6%
National Statistics

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3.4.2: Different Christian attitudes to
equal rights for women in religion
Catholics believe men and women should have equal rights, but only men can become priests
because Jesus was a man. Traditional Protestants believe only men should be religious leaders
because this is what the Bible teaches.…

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· In some of his letters, Paul teaches that women and men are equal in Christ.
· There is some evidence that there were women priests in the early Church.
· There is evidence from the Gospels that Jesus treated women as his equals, for example:
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After his resurrection, Jesus appeared to his women disciples first.
He had women disciples who stayed with him at the cross unlike his men disciples who
abandoned him. (Matthew 27: 55, Mark 15: 40-41, Luke 23: 27, John 19: 25-27)
Arguments for women having equal rights in…

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daggerandtherose RS 2015


Religion and community cohesion
Community cohesion: a common vision and shared sense of belonging for all groups in society
Discrimination: treating people less favourably because of their ethnicity/ gender/ colour/
sexuality/
age/ class
Ethnic minority: a member of an ethnic group (race) which is much smaller than…

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daggerandtherose RS 2015


3.4.1: How/Why attitudes to the roles of
men and women have changed in the UK
Attitudes to the roles of men and women have changed greatly. Women now have equal rights,
and both men and women are expected to share roles in the home. Attitudes have changed…

Page 5

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2
The gender pay gap (difference between men and women's median hourly rate) is narrowing:
1986 = 26%
2012 = 9.6%
National Statistics

Page 6

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Page 7

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daggerandtherose RS 2015


3.4.2: Different Christian attitudes to
equal rights for women in religion
Catholics believe men and women should have equal rights, but only men can become priests
because Jesus was a man. Traditional Protestants believe only men should be religious leaders
because this is what the Bible teaches.…

Page 8

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· In some of his letters, Paul teaches that women and men are equal in Christ.
· There is some evidence that there were women priests in the early Church.
· There is evidence from the Gospels that Jesus treated women as his equals, for example:
3

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daggerandtherose RS 2015
After his resurrection, Jesus appeared to his women disciples first.
He had women disciples who stayed with him at the cross unlike his men disciples who
abandoned him. (Matthew 27: 55, Mark 15: 40-41, Luke 23: 27, John 19: 25-27)
Arguments for women having equal rights in…

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