PARENTAL TOY CHOICE STEREOTYPING AND ITS EFFECTS ON CHILD TOY PREFERENCE AND SEX-ROLE TYPING
Toys are associated with a child's expression, fantasy, interest, exploration, construction, education, cognitive development, and sex-role learning. The present research was concerned with the influence of parental toy choice stereotyping on child toy preference and sex-role typing among nursery school children. The results indicated child toy preference was found to be significantly related to parental toy choice preference. Moreover, the parental toy choice preference was found to be associated with sex-role typing.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1984-01-01
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