SEX-ROLE ORIENTATION: DIFFERENCES AMONG STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
The Bem Sex-role Inventory was administered to a total of 408 students and 393 teachers who were randomly selected from seven Caribbean States. Analyses indicated marked differentiation of males (both teachers and students) and females (both teachers and students) in sex-role orientation. Comparisons between students arid teachers on both the masculinity and femininity dimensions showed the students to be more rigidly sex-typed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1988-01-01
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