Sex Roles and Personal Awareness

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University Press of America, 1978 - Psychology - 414 pages
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Examines the impact that sex roles have on our lives and explores alternative patterns of development. Studies origin of sex roles; visionary possibility of men and women assuming traits of both sexes and its impact on love and marriage sex roles as they presently exist and how they persist throughout our lives; and parenthood, which shows how children are socialized into roles. Originally published in 1987 by Scott Foresman.

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Contents

Introduction
2
Is Anatomy Destiny?
40
ANDROGYNY AND SEX ROLES
80
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