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Social & Political Sciences

Research & Reviews: Journal of Educational Studies

Author(s): Phyllis A Katz

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This article considers the reasons for raising feminist children, how this concept might be operationalized, and what the correlates of such gender-flexible patterns might be. The data pertinent to gender-role acquisition and gender flexibility are drawn from an ongoing longitudinal study of over 200 children and their families that originated when the children were 6 months of age and continues until they enter school at age 6. Results suggest that despite the overdetermined and inevitable learning of gender stereotypes, variation exists in the degree to which even young children subscribe to the stereotypes. These variations seem to relate to some realms of parental behavior.

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This article was published in Psychology of Women Quarterly and referenced in Research & Reviews: Journal of Educational Studies

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