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Dimensions of same-gender student-faculty role-model relationships
This study investigated factors important in the establishment of same-gender student-faculty role-model relationships. Subjects were 33 females and 24 male graduate students enrolled in the sameExpand
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I. `The Master's Tools will Never Dismantle the Master's House'
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Correlates of Relationship Satisfaction in Lesbian Couples
This study broadens the construct of intimate relationships to include the experience of lesbian couples. Various psychological variables were assessed in both partners of 275 lesbian couples whoExpand
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Gender and Sex in Counseling and Psychotherapy
Each chapter contains case examples and ends with "Concluding Remarks," "Discussion Questions," and "Suggested Readings." I.THEORY. 1.Gender and Its Many Faces. What Is Gender? Traditional "OppositeExpand
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Two Careers/One Family
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Conflict Between Major Life Roles: Women and Men in Dual Career Couples
An investigation of the newly emerging pattern of career aspirations in women, in which both a demanding profession and family life are assumed, was conducted within a framework of interrole conflictExpand
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Coping Strategies for Role Conflict in Married Professional Women with Children.
This study investigated how 97 women in dual-career families with preschool children manage typical conflicts between their professional and parental roles. Their characteristic coping strategiesExpand
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Interrole conflict for working women: careers versus jobs.
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Sexism and stereotypes in modern society : the gender science of Janet Taylor Spence
An Overview of Research on Gender - Four Themes From Three Decades The Many Facets of Janet Taylor Spence - a Developmental Perspective on Gender Effects and Gender Stereotypes A Shifting StandardsExpand
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Sex of faculty role model and students' self-perceptions of competency
This study investigated sex of faculty role model and students' professional development. Subjects were 80 female and 77 male graduate students enrolled in the same academic department who respondedExpand
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