Measuring sex stereotypes a multination study cross cultural research and methodology revised edition by john e williams author visit amazons john e williams page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this author are you an author . Measuring sex stereotypes a multination study responsibility john e williams deborah l best newbury park calif sage 1990 physical description 380 p ill 23 cm series cross cultural research and methodology series v 6 online available online at the library introduction sex stereotypes and cross cultural research part . An exploration of contemporary sex stereotypes and their prevalence in different cultures is provided in this volume the authors surpass previous studies in three areas their data covers thirty nations they test both children and adults and they examine their findings from three theoretical perspectives affective meanings ego states and psychological needs. Measuring sex stereotypes does a very good job of providing a conceptual framework for future cross cultural studies and it is to be hoped will stimulate more cross cultural research the annals of the american academy vol 472 march 1984. Machine derived contents note preface to revised edition part one introduction sex stereotypes and cross cultural research part two the adult studies methods and findings description and critique of methods item level analyses affective meaning analyses ego state analyses psychological needs analyses part three the
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