women: cooking, cleaning, work inside the home, more nurturant, more emotional, cry more, interested in emotional connections, care about other's people's feelings, more calm, better at languages, reading, more fearful
men: breadwinners, providers, don't talk as much, stick to themselves, keep feelings to themselves, more dominant, physically aggressive, better at math, take risks
The biological perspective basically is the idea that gender differences do come from the biological sex, such as the difference in hormones that help to accentuate different abilities in men and women. For example, testosterone levels in men create biological differences that that of a woman. There are also biological differences with hormones that begin in the gestational stages.
Evolutionary perspective is the thought that gender roles were created based on the best means of survival for the children and family units. Like, a mother with a child would likely not be out running around and hunting, while with a baby. Thus creating certain jobs to sustain life,
The socialization theory is the idea that our society is deeply rooted in ideals based on gender and are likely to raise and socialize children based on those ideas. For example, boys are socialized to be tougher, sportier and into the STEM fields, while girls are socialized to be softer, nurturing and in the Humanities fields of study. Usually socialization starts from infancy and continues as the child is reared.
Learning perspective is simply that even if a child is socialized in a more neutral way, they will notice and learn gender behaviors from elders, peers, and the media.