I would think that the group would be weaker because females aren't naturally super strong..? However, I'd think there would be less group conflict. If it were a mixed group...(; I think that no work would be done because both parties might get a little bit distracted
I think that if Golding used girls instead of guys, it would be extremely different. One reason is that I think girls are more organized than us boys. Like they're usually all neat and stuff. Some of them don't have the strength we boys have, so it makes them have to work together on things before they're all able to do it on their own. And they don't have to gather as much as food as us, since we guys eat more than them. If it was a mixed group, that is even more different. The girls probably would go gather fruits, while the guys build shelters and hunt, like in the ancient times.If they don't get rescued, they probably might end up getting married to each other. HAHA xD. But yea, each group would be different depending on how each person is.
I think if Golding had used a group of girls, the story's plot would have to be changed dramatically because I believe that if it were a group of girls stuck in this situation, the girls won't really survive more than five chapters. If the group would have been mixed, I believe that nothing would be solve and it would be difficult to get along with each other because girls and boys are total opposites.
If Golding had used a group of girls or a mixed group the main storyline would be about the same because he wants to show the "bad side" of people. A group of girls would have trouble surviving and there would be less physical violence and more emotional or verbal negativity. As for a mixed group, there may be sexual conflicts that arise and boys would be a more dominant figures of the story.
I think if Golding had used a group of girls, the story would change just a bit. Girls do have more patient sometimes and are more organized than the guys, however problems will always come up no matter what. Hunting for example will be a huge problem because most girls are afraid of killing. For a mixed group, division of labor might become easier because all the guys can hunt and build shelters while the girls can collect fruits. However, the boys might become more dominant, and there will be diffrent opinions between the two groups. Eventually, it will become hard to get along between the two sides.
If Golding made this book using a group of girls, I don't think any of the girls would volunteer to be the hunters like Jack who puts hunting above all else. If the group was mixed of both girls and boys then they wouldn't even get anything done because they would be too busy flirting and probably wouldn't even have a fire set up.
If Golding had used a group of girls instead of boys, there would probably be less aggressiveness, but other problems would still continue like finding food (girls usually don't hunt), building shelters, etc. If there was a mixed group, the boys would focus on the girls and the girls would focus on the boys, instead of everyone focusing on surviving.
I think that if the group was changed to all girls then there would be less conflict. However, if you think about a stereotypical kind of girl then I think there there would be trouble because they would not be "strong enough" or "brave enough" to catch there own food (such as the pig or snake). If it were a mixed group then I think that there would be some conflict because then the guys think that that girls can't do anything and the girls would get mad at the guys for being sexist...etc.
If Golding used girls instead of boys, it would be more difficult for the girls to cope together due to hunting in the wild. They aren't accustomed to killing animals, soo that would be a big problem. If it were a mixed group, males would probably take lead instead of females because they are often characterized as innocent and nonviolent.
If Golding used a group of girls, then the story will be completely different because even though girls are more careful but girls are not physically strong, especially at such a young age. Of course there would be way less conflict than the boys are having but is there's a conflict it will last pretty long. If Golding used a mix group it will be the best because they can split the work according to their ability. But there will be more distraction and conflict.
If Golding put a group of girls instead of boys, it would result in much different experiences for those trapped on the island. The girls would organize plans and jobs better, but wouldn't execute them as well at that young age. Also, if Golding had a mixed group stranded it would end up as two different groups: the boys would isolate themselves from the girls because the boys such as Jack feel as if they are not in need of any assistance.
If Golding used a group of girls, the story will be diiferent becasue the girls might had troubles to hunt pigs, build shelters and others.(assume that they never did those before)If Golding used a mix group, boys and girls might ocuppied togther for the survival.
The story line would be completely different because the stereotypical girl would be organize and patient when faced with a problem but when sometimes a group of girls wouldn't be strong and or brave enough to handle certain tasks. With a mixed group, plans could be more organized and boys and girls would split jobs according to their skills. The only con with a mixed group would be that problems might arise between the sexes.
The story line would completely change because a group of girls would mean a different power struggle and depending on the characters might all be more cooperative. If their was a mixed group the boys may act stereotypical to the girls assigning them to gather food and make shelters. The boys may also have more of a power struggle because they may want to impress the girls.
If Golding used girls instead of boys, it would be a whole new different story. The girls might have trouble with hunting and build, but they will have better plans and better organized. If Golding used mixed group, the girls and boys can work on thing that they are good at and they will have less argument.
If Golding had decided to use a group of girls then the entire story would be completely different. The girls will have trouble hunting for food but they will be more organized. If it was a mixed group, work would be much more efficient but there will be more arguments.
In my opinion, if Golding picked a group of girls for this plot instead, there would be less conflicts between each other. Girls, based on my experience, all have a general understanding of each other which allows them to connect and work smoothly. They are more prone to helping each other then favoring one individual over another.
In a mixed group, it would probably be a disaster. Seeing how the boys act in this book already, I feel that sexism would occur (especially if the females disagree with the males). Their maturity level obviously didn't reach to a logical potential. They already pick pride over logic numerous times. Again, most of them are too young to realize the other gender in that kind of way. If they did, it wouldn't work out so well. It'll probably just be another teenage episode of attraction and jealousy (or maybe mixed emotions) they'll face. Overall, I believe opposite genders are a distraction in this situation. There are pros but I'll stop typing.
If Golding chose a group of girls for the story then the story would probably be more peaceful. If it was a mixed group there may be more stuff accomplished but would have sexism conflicts in the group
Tbh, I don't think it matters what kind of group you have stuck on an island. What matters is the types of personalities that are there. Because you can't just assume girls will act differently than boys or a mix would act differently than one type of group. What matters is the individuals that you have on there.
If it was a mix group then probably there would have been segregation between the two sexes. Also, there could have been a love story involved somewhere in the book. If it was a group of girls, I believe that the group itself would have been a lot more productive because most girls like to stay on task and they are not distracted easily.