Gender Roles and Infant/Toddler Care: The Special Case of Tenure Track Faculty
Gender roles and values of children: Childless couples in East and West Germany
Living Happily Ever After? : The Reinforcement of Stereotypical Gender Roles on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette
Gender Roles and Marriage: A Fact Sheet
English as Fashion : English Mixing in Women's Fashion Magazines
Socialization to Gender Roles and Marriage Among Egyptian Adolescents
Attitudes Towards Gender Roles and Gender Role Behaviour Among Urban, Rural, and Farm Populations in Slovenia
Looking for Gender: Gender Roles and Behaviors Among Online Gamers
SOCIALIZATION AND GENDER ROLES WITHIN THE FAMILY: A STUDY ON ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR PARENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN
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Twenty Years at Hull House
Twenty Years At Hull House
Twenty Years at Hull-House : With Autobiographical Notes
Twenty Years at Hull House: With Autobiographical Notes
This compendium of compelling articles and advertisements from women's magazines of the 1940s and 1950s chronicles the debate over women's domestic and public roles during two decades of enormous ...
Anna Gough-Yates considers the rapid shift in women's magazines towards titles aimed at newly-identified 'lifestyle' groups of women readers.
During and following World War II, women's magazines served as advice manuals, fashion guides, marriage counselors, and catalogs. This thematically arranged collection of selections from Ladies' ...
Women's Magazines and Souls of Black Folk and Era of Franklin D. Roosevelt; Gender Roles and the Popular Press
Women's Magazines and Women's Rights Emerges within the Anti-Slavery; Movement
Women's Magazines, 1940-1960 & Up from Slavery & American Social Classes in the 1950s & Childhood and Child Welfare in the Progressive Era