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ERIC Number: EJ176615
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Publication Date: 1977
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Sex Differences in Sex-Role Conceptions and Family Orientation of High School Students
Angrist, Shirley S.; And Others
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 6, 2, 179-86, Jun 77
Findings show that high school males are more sexist than females; and blacks, more so that whites. Women who are bright, from upper class backgrounds, and whose mothers work are more egalitarian in sex role conceptions. Unlike women, men's sex role attitudes have little connection to their family background. (Author/MV)
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