The purpose of the book is to try to examine whether there is a change in the perception of gender roles between two cohorts. The focus point of this work is what the difference between old women and young women is; how these women define their gender roles in the public and private spheres and how they describe their relations with their husbands and their children. The main argument in this book is that altering the perception of gender roles might be a way to create different policies regarding the problem of gender inequality. The perception of gender roles of two cohorts women were conceptualized within the context of gender, marriage, work life and violence against women. In general, the analyses of perceptions among two cohorts' women showed that younger women have more egalitarian perception on gender roles.