Parental gender indifference or persistent sex preferences for children at the turn to the 21 st century ? A reflection on Pollard and Morgan ( 2002 ) with reference to the Swedish case

@inproceedings{Hank2002ParentalGI,
  title={Parental gender indifference or persistent sex preferences for children at the turn to the 21 st century ? A reflection on Pollard and Morgan ( 2002 ) with reference to the Swedish case},
  author={Karsten Hank and Gunnar Andersson},
  year={2002}
}
Working papers of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research receive only limited review. Views or opinions expressed in working papers are attributable to the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Institute. Parental gender indifference or persistent sex preferences for children at the turn to the 21st century? A reflection on Pollard and Morgan (2002) with reference to the Swedish case MPIDR WORKING PAPER WP 2002-049 OCTOBER 2002 

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