ERIC Number: EJ451208
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1992
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The Effects of Gender, Race, Religion, and Political Orientation on the Sex Role Attitudes of College Freshmen.
Lottes, Ilsa L.; Kuriloff, Peter J.
Adolescence, v27 n107 p675-88 Fall 1992
Examined effects of gender, race, religion, and political orientation on 4 sex role measures among 556 first-year college students. Liberals as compared to conservatives and Jews as compared to Protestants were less traditional in their attitudes toward female sexuality, less accepting of male dominance and negative attitudes toward homosexuality, and more accepting of feminist attitudes. (Author/NB)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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