CHILDREN'S SEX-ROLE DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR WORKING MOTHERS
Abstract:In order to examine the likelihood that androgynous students would report that their mothers worked outside the home while raising their children more often than other sex role types, 118 undergraduates and 142 parents were administered the Bern Sex-Role Inventory. Results revealed that androgynous students were more likely to have had a mother who worked outside the home, suggesting implications for child rearing as well as adaptive sex-role development.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1994-01-01
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