Reappropriation and self-labeling: the influence of sexist language on women's feeling of personal power
Advertising ( in ) equality at a glance 2 Executive summary
- Political Science
The aim of this issues paper is to provide an overview of significant literature currently published on the nature of gender portrayals in advertising, and the impacts of these representations on…
Measurement Instruments for the Stimulation of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder based on Family Care
- Psychology, Medicine
This study concluded that this questionnaire is appropriate for basic reference measuring the development of autistic children based on family care.
PRESCHOOL TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS CHILDREN’S GENDER ROLES: THE EFFECTS OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS AND PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION
IN ENGLISH: In line with the theory of planned behaviour, different factors influencing the formation of attitudes and beliefs indirectly affect the intentions that determine an individual’s…
Perceptions of Gender Roles within the Early Years : A Case Study Focussing on a Mainstream Reception Classroom in England
“Anybody can make kids; it takes a real man to look after your kids”: Aboriginal men’s discourse on parenting
- PsychologyPloS one
Consideration of and concern for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men’s involvement and experiences prior to conception, prenatal and postpartum has slowly gained momentum in recent years, yet there has been little improvement in the overall provision of appropriate parenting support services and/or programs for these men.
Addressing and preventing sexist advertising: an analysis of local and global promising practice
This research paper explores the efficacy of interventions that aim to address sexism or promote progressive gender representations in advertising, highlighting examples of local and global promising…
The Effects of a Television Drama-Based Media Literacy Initiative on Taiwanese Adolescents’ Gender Role Attitudes
- EducationSex Roles
For the present study, we developed a television (TV) drama-based media literacy program for Taiwanese adolescents. A quasi-experimental design was used to determine the effects of the program on…
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ParentsSocialization of Gender in Children
Introduction When parents have a new baby, the first question they typically ask is whether they have a girl or a boy. Children’s gender assignment becomes a powerful social identity that shapes…
The Effect of a Child's Sex on Support for Traditional Gender Roles
- Economics, Psychology
We examine whether sex of child affects parents' beliefs about traditional gender roles. Using an improved methodological approach that explicitly analyzes the natural experiment via differences in…
Paternal Participation in Child Care and Its Effects on Children's Self-Esteem and Attitudes Toward Gendered Roles
Interviews with forty 10- and 11-year-old children (24 boys and 16 girls) investigated the effects of parents' division of child care responsibilities on children's self-esteem, their relationships…
The Family Contexts of Gender Development in Childhood and Adolescence
- Psychology, Sociology
We review research on the family's role in gender development during childhood and adolescence. Our discussion highlights children's dyadic family relationship experiences with their parents and…
Rigidity and flexibility of gender stereotypes in childhood: Developmental or differential?
Previous research has shown that the early learning of male–female categories is characterized by rigid beliefs about stereotypic differences, but that once gender knowledge is well established, the…
“No Way My Boys Are Going to Be Like That!”
- Sociology, Psychology
Drawing on qualitative interviews with parents of preschool children, the author addresses parental responses to children’s gender nonconformity. The author’s analyses indicate that parents welcome…
Pretty in pink: The early development of gender-stereotyped colour preferences.
- PsychologyThe British journal of developmental psychology
The results reveal that sex differences in young children's preference for the colour pink involves both an increasing attraction to pink by young girls and a growing avoidance of pink by boys.
Gender role attitudes within couples, and parents' time in paid work, child care and housework
Sons, Daughters, and Family Processes: Does Gender of Children Matter?
In the United States, parents prefer a child of each gender, and on many dimensions parents tend to treat sons and daughters similarly. However, fathers' investments appear to be somewhat higher in…