Though there is a large improvement in their position as of today, there are many nations who still confine them to traditional roles. Today also, there are some cultures that exhibit discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, etc.
Other than the members of the family, one could also attain this social status with the help of their distinguished achievements. However, the basic rights of slaves differ according to the rules of the social structure of each civilization.
Men and women both, were expected to flourish the Incan economy. Societies in older times were divided into different strata and classes, where each class followed their own profession.
Like all civilizations, the king held the supreme power in all decisions. Women were trained to be good homemakers, and engaged themselves in activities such as cooking, cleaning, and housekeeping, but were allowed to own property. They were commoners who engaged themselves in strenuous labor work.
Historyplex Staff Last Updated: Most of the family systems are patriarchal ones, barring a few. Like all other cultures, slaves were required to do whatever was ordered to them, be it household work, construction, gardening, etc. Women were again expected to do typical household work, rear children after marriage, and help their husbands.
Of course, discrimination on the basis of work was rampant in old civilizations. Ancient Egyptian Civilization Perhaps, the Egyptians built the pyramids considering its social structure in mind.
They also felt that portraying an African-American family as a normal family with normal, and largely wholesome, family issues was generally a positive contribution to issues of race in the United States.
This theory also studies how such a stratification and injustice inflicted on some classes of people leads to crime. King, Danny Kaye and Frank Robinson.
Sadly, slavery and human trafficking is still rampant today. The farmers were at the lowest level of the middle-class.
Slave trading was also rampant in this culture. They even had the right to divorce and remarry. Weaving cloth was considered one of the most important activity of a woman. However, an adultery committed by a woman was treated with a much more harsh punishment than an adultery committed by a man.
His say was the final call in any matter. Most of the women were denied social rights, and their marriages were arranged by their parents when they attained a suitable age. They were given high importance, and had to perform important religious functions. They occupied royal positions, and were given higher education than others.
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