Know Thy Gender: Etymological Primer

@article{Janssen2018KnowTG,
  title={Know Thy Gender: Etymological Primer},
  author={D. Janssen},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={2149-2154}
}
  • D. Janssen
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of Sexual Behavior
  • Use of the word gender in the post-WW2 Anglophone world has been evermore ubiquitous though not always unambiguous (e.g., Haig, 2004; Muehlenhard & Peterson, 2011). The seminal phrase gender role and orientation is well-known to have debuted in mid-1950s work by John Money (1921–2006) and colleagues, seemingly first in a book of abstracts pertinent to the 13th M. and R. Pediatric Research Conference1 of November 3–4, 1954 (Hampson, 1954; Money, 1954). Gender identity followed about a decade… CONTINUE READING
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