Sibling influence, gender roles, and the sexual socialization of urban early adolescent girls.

Abstract

This study examined whether older siblings influence early adolescent girls' sexual socialization. Participants were 180 girls, 12 to 14-years-old, from predominantly ethnic minority backgrounds. They completed a battery of interviewer-administered measures assessing a range of sexual cognitions and romantic and sexual behaviors. As predicted, compared with… (More)

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@article{Kornreich2003SiblingIG, title={Sibling influence, gender roles, and the sexual socialization of urban early adolescent girls.}, author={Jennifer L Kornreich and Kimberly D. Hearn and Giovanna Rodriguez and Lucia F. O'Sullivan}, journal={Journal of sex research}, year={2003}, volume={40 1}, pages={101-10} }