A World of Difference: Gender Roles in Perspective
From making love to doing math, gender roles affect us in everything we do. The differences between men and women, though they have always existed, have never been fully accepted or understood. For centuries, human development has been hampered by restrictive definitions of masculinity and femininity. In this sensitive and penetrating analysis, Dr Greenglass examines gender roles from a feminist perspective, probing their origins and revealing their social and psychological implications.
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