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The Sociology of Gender: An Introduction to Theory and Research

  title={The Sociology of Gender: An Introduction to Theory and Research},
  author={Amy S. Wharton},
  • A. Wharton
  • Published 9 August 2004
  • Sociology, Economics
Introduction To The Sociology Of Gender:.Introduction.Sociological Vantage Points.A Brief History Of The Sociological Study Of Gender.What Is Gender?.A Working Definition Of Gender.Three Frameworks For Understanding Gender.Gender Matters.Who's To Blame: Understanding Gender Inequality.Chapter Summary.For Further Reading.A Close Look."What's In A Name?" Harbour Fraser Hodder.Part I: Conceptual Approaches:.2. The Gendered Person:.Chapter Objectives.Sex And Gender.Sex And Sex Category.The Gendered… 
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