Women and Religion

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Miller and Hoffmann (1995)
During gender socialization, women are taught to be submissive, passive and obedient to males so they are more involved with feelings and caring
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Davie (1994)
Women associate God with love, comfort and forgiveness whereas Males associate God with power and control
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Halman and Draulans (2006)
Family roles give women greater focus within the family and are more focused with morals of their children
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Bruce (1996)
Womens femininity and child bearing makes them less confrontational, less aggressive and more caring
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Davie (1998)
Women are more exposed to the ups and downs of life than men due to biological involvement
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What careers are women associated with?
Teachers, nurses, midwives, social workers and care assistants
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Greeley (1995)
Caring tends to be associated with a religious outlook
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Women with new age movements
Associate with ideas like aromatherapy, meditation, massage and astrology
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Women associate God with love, comfort and forgiveness whereas Males associate God with power and control

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