Instructions for Exercise 3.1: Gender Roles One of the functions of the family is to teach family members appropriate gender roles (Benokraitis, 2015). For this week’s exercise, ask THREE individuals four questions from the list below and summarize their key points in your writeup. Keep all of their responses confidential and separate. Compare-and-contrast your personal perspective with their views. Define each of the terms using your etext chapter 5. 1. Describe the Demographics of Your Sample (3 Participants) 2. Select 4 Questions: 1. What are the parental gender role expectations for males and females in your household and/or culture? Provide several examples. 2. What is considered traditional versus nontraditional gender roles? How have these roles changed across the generations? 3. According to your gender ideology, should the man or woman be the boss in the family? Explain. 4. What are the gender scripts for a couple who just moved into an apartment or home together? 5. If you had a choice, would you rather be employed or stay at home and take care of the household and family? 6. Is the birth of a girl or boy valued more in your family? Explain. 7. Should children’s toys be gender-specific or gender-neutral? Explain. 8. Who provides a majority of the household instrumental roles (tasks, provision, protection, procreation)? Who provides most of the household expressive roles (emotional support, nurturing, warmth, sympathy)? Provide several examples. 9. Is there historical and current gender stratification in your household or culture? Explain. Exercise Short-Essay Format: This short answer must be at least 750 words or 3-4 pages in length (not including cover and reference page) and must be double-spaced 12-point font, and submitted on a Microsoft Word document through Turnitin. Only Turnitin submissions will be accepted. Introduction What is the Title and purpose of the exercise? How is this short-essay organized? Content – Describe the demographics of your 3 participants. Address the four questions in the Exercise and share your research results and comparative analysis. Conclusion – What did you learn or discover as a result of completing this learning activity? Citations. If you use resources other than course materials, please cite that reference appropriately using APA style (author, date). Field Report ORGANIZATION There is clear organization and structure to the short essay with 3 sections: Introduction: What is the Title and purpose of the exercise? How is this short-essay organized? Content: Address the four questions in the Exercise and share your research results and comparative analysis. Address consistencies and inconsistencies. How do your respondents compare with your own views? Conclusion: What did you learn or discover as a result of completing this learning activity? 15.0 pts CONTENT RESEARCH The essay has new information collected from others through interviews or other research methods. The essay has the answers to all of the appropriate number of questions from real identified people. – May include APA-style Tables with narration or just narration by question (3 respondents + student views) WRITING MECHANICS Professional writing style; Written responses are free from all grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors; style facilitates communication. WORD COUNT-Details A short essay has a minimum of 500 words or more. Retrieved from https://www.pewresearch.org/global/2019/04/22/a-changing-world-global-views-on-diversity-gender-equality-family-life-and-the-importance-of-religion/ E-text: Benokraitis, N.V. (2015). Marriages & Families: Changes, Choices, and Constraints (8th Ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.