ALTRUISM AND SEX
ROLES
By: Raquel dela Cruz-Bernabe-Ed.D-IEM
Prof.: Cristina B. Celarta Ed. D
ALTRUISM
Is a concern for the welfare of
others. It is a traditional virtue in
many cultures, and a core aspect of
various...
 Altruism

can be distinguished from
feelings of duty and loyalty. Altruism
is a motivation to provide something
of value...
 Match

debate exists as to whether true
altruism is possible. Arguably, the act of
sharing, helping or sacrificing may b...
The

term altruism may also
refer to an ethical doctrine
that claims that individuals
are morally
obliged to
benefit othe...
GENDER
ROLES
The Philippine bill defines gender as “
the
socially
differentiated
roles,
characteristics,
and
expectations attributed by...
Gender roles are distinct in any
society. In each society, there are
definitions of what women and men
of that society are...
Most times when a man is seen
doing women’s tasks, other
members of society regard him
as a coward, docile, or stupid.
Whe...
THANKS FOR
LISTENING!
Altruism and sex roles by: Raquel dela Cruz
Altruism and sex roles by: Raquel dela Cruz
Altruism and sex roles by: Raquel dela Cruz
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  1. 1. ALTRUISM AND SEX ROLES By: Raquel dela Cruz-Bernabe-Ed.D-IEM Prof.: Cristina B. Celarta Ed. D
  2. 2. ALTRUISM Is a concern for the welfare of others. It is a traditional virtue in many cultures, and a core aspect of various religious traditions, through the concept of others toward whom concern should be directed can vary among cultures and religious. Altruism is the opposite of selfishness.
  3. 3.  Altruism can be distinguished from feelings of duty and loyalty. Altruism is a motivation to provide something of value to a party who must be anyone but oneself, while duty focuses on a moral obligation towards a specific individual or collective. Pure altruism consists of sacrificing something for someone other than the self with no expectation of any compensation or benefits, either direct or indirect .
  4. 4.  Match debate exists as to whether true altruism is possible. Arguably, the act of sharing, helping or sacrificing may be primarily motivated by the gratification it returns. This seems to assume a different understanding of benefits, through, from the traditionally assumed meanings (which are external-recognition from others, reciprocation etc.- rather than internal), making this a problematic argument.
  5. 5. The term altruism may also refer to an ethical doctrine that claims that individuals are morally obliged to benefit others. Used in this sense, it is the opposite of egoism.
  6. 6. GENDER ROLES
  7. 7. The Philippine bill defines gender as “ the socially differentiated roles, characteristics, and expectations attributed by cultures to women and men” – in other words, “gender” is a fluid, purely social construct, and not rooted in the biological complementariness of the two sexes.
  8. 8. Gender roles are distinct in any society. In each society, there are definitions of what women and men of that society are expected to do in their adult life. Children are socialized to internalise these roles. Girls and boys are prepared for their different but specific roles.
  9. 9. Most times when a man is seen doing women’s tasks, other members of society regard him as a coward, docile, or stupid. When a woman does what is presumed a man’s task, such a woman is regarded as too tough or being “more than a woman”.
  10. 10. THANKS FOR LISTENING!

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