The Correlation Between Gender, And Economic Inequality In Canada

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The options on how to research, economic inequalities among and within ethnic and racialized groups in Canada, as well as how to improve the current 2016 Canadian Census of Population are endless. However, in order to get an accurate, clear, and reliable representation, I believe that certain aspects need to be focused upon. With this, the reader will get a better understanding of how certain independent variables impact the one dependent variable in focus, this being, Economic Inequality. As a social researcher, I will be further investing the many ways to improve this census, therefore discovering different factors which impact economic inequality, leading to what we hope results in a more functional, equal, and fair Canadian society. The independent variables that will be further investigated include class, gender, education, and place of birth. With these variables, a vast range …show more content…
However, in today’s day and age, we know that there are many other ways in which people classify their gender. In terms of an operational definition, I believe that gender is whether someone refers to himself or herself as a boy, girl, or one of the other 58 other gender options, which therefore will help clarify their gender within society. To provide more in-depth information regarding the correlation between gender, and economic inequality among and within ethnic and racialized groups in Canada, I have created two questions within the census; numbers 32 and 33, that help reinforce the correlation. Although these questions are general about ones gender, the responses to them will allow researches to use them as factors when determining if, and how gender plays a role within economic inequality throughout racialized groups. Due to one’s gender within a specific ethnic/racialized group, the way they experience economic inequality will

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