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Gender Differences

Gender Differences

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This paper requires some statistical data i will be providing. This was based off of a survey about what people liked in their significant others and if they would have children etc but what was pointed out more men wanted to get married and have kids later in life than women which showed statistical differences.

It must include 5 peer reviewed journal articles. The abstract should be no more than 120 words. There is a graph table and a figure that must include the Standard Deviation and Mean from my findings which I will upload. We are supposed to come up with a title for this paper as well. All of the statistical numbers should be italicized.

The main objective of this paper is for it to be so detailed a person that has no clue about the study that was being done can read this paper and be able to follow it.

Its a total of 10 pages the title page and references are of no charge according to my terms of purchase. The paper will be 7 pages of written work, 1 for the table and figure and the references and title page for a total of 10 pages.

VARIABLE
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
INFERENTIAL STATISTICS
ANALYSIS – FINDINGS IN WORDS
Importance of marriage (Q1)                    MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
t(df) =         , p =
P-Value = 0.030  DF = 37    The evidence shows woman view marriage is more important than men. There is a significant difference in results.
Age to marry  (Q2)                     MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
P-Value = 0.028  DF = 34    More men feel like 29 is the average age to get married. These results are a significant difference from the results of women.
Q3.  Want to have children (Q3)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Yes (%)
X2(df) =    , p =
DF = 1, P-Value = 0.592    The percentage of men and women that want children are very close in numbers.
Age to start family  (Q4)                    MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
P-Value = 0.011  DF = 36    More men feel like the appropriate age to start a family would be 31.
Attractive (Q5)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Extremely important
Very important
Somewhat important
Not very important    DF = 3, P-Value = 0.199    More women feel it’s somewhat important for their significant other to be attractive.
Financially secure (Q5)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Extremely important
Very important
Somewhat important
Not very important    DF = 2, P-Value = 0.408    More women find it necessary for their significant others to be financially secure.
Educated (Q5)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Extremely important
Very important
Somewhat important
Not very important    Pearson Chi-Square = 2.510, DF = 3    Both men and women would prefer their significant other to be educated.
Physically fit  (Q5)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Extremely important
Very important
Somewhat important
Not very important    DF = 3, P-Value = 0.023    It is “somewhat important” for women’s significant others to be physically fit. This shows significant results.

Fun (Q5)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Extremely important
Very important
Somewhat important
Not very important    DF = 2, P-Value = 0.432    It is extremely important for men’s significant other to be fun.
Nurturing (Q5)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Extremely important
Very important
Somewhat important
Not very important    DF = 2, P-Value = 0.146    It’s extremely important for a woman’s significant other to be nurturing.
Date another race  (Q6)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Yes (%)    DF = 1, P-Value = 0.939    There is no significant difference the vast majority agreed they would date another race.
Look best day-to-day (Q7)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Agree strongly
Agree somewhat
Disagree somewhat
Disagree strongly    Pearson Chi-Square = 2.357, DF = 3    More women care about looking their best than men.
Date same sex  (Q7)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Agree strongly
Agree somewhat
Disagree somewhat
Disagree strongly    Pearson Chi-Square = 1.376, DF = 3    Both men and women equally disagreed strongly about dating the same sex.
Enjoy a challenge  (Q7)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Agree strongly
Agree somewhat
Disagree somewhat
Disagree strongly    Pearson Chi-Square = 2.497, DF = 3    More women enjoy a challenge than men.
Feel better dressed up (Q7)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Agree strongly
Agree somewhat
Disagree somewhat
Disagree strongly    DF = 2, P-Value = 0.942    Both genders feel best when they are dressed up.
How happy now  (Q8)                    MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
P-Value = 0.707  DF = 36    Both men and women are equally happy in life.

How many close friends (Q9)                    MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
P-Value = 0.794  DF = 26    Both men and women have an average of 4 friends there is no significant difference.
Okay to show emotions (Q10a)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Okay to show emotions
Should show restraint    DF = 1, P-Value = 0.049    More women think it is okay for men to show their emotions.
Comfortable men emotions (Q10b)                    MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
Pearson Chi-Square = 11.083, DF = 5    Women are comfortable with men’s emotions.
Consider what others think (Q11)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Very often
Fairly often
Sometimes
Rarely
Never    Pearson Chi-Square = 3.177, DF = 3    Both men and women consider what others think sometimes.
Acceptability of women having multiple sex partners (Q12)                    MEN                                WOMEN
M               (SD)                 M                 (SD)
P-Value = 0.160  DF = 38    More women feel it’s acceptable to have multiple sex partners.
Color like best (Q13)                                                      MEN             WOMEN
Blue
Red
Green
Yellow
Pink    Pearson Chi-Square = 9.533, DF = 4    Both men and women like blue the best there is no significant difference.

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