Gender: Stereotypes and Roles
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1992 - 447 Seiten
Basow continues to present a balanced view of the literature on both men and womens gender roles, with thorough attention to the empirical research. In a field that is generating research at an amazing pace, Basow provides the most comprehensive, most up-to-date and most research-oriented book available, presenting all the current findings in psychology and sociology, as well as biology, political science, and anthropology. She covers both the "old" topics related to gender as well as new concerns in the field, such as AIDS and data on changing families.
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