By William B. Swann Jr., Judith H. Langlois, Lucia Albino Gilbert
Univ. of Texas, Austin. Examines how gender defines female and male behaviors. Divided into 3 elements: the genesis of gender examine, the complexity of gender stereotypes, and the trendy different types of sexism and their effects. For researchers and clinicians.
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