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1 Femininity/Masculinity Jan E. Stets and Peter J. Burke Department of Sociology, Washington State University Pp. 997-1005 in Edgar F. Borgatta and Rhonda J. V. Montgomery (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Sociology, Revised Edition .

Femininity

Femininity Femininity refers to behaviour and ideas associated with womanliness or normative female sexuality, separable from women's anatomical sex.

Femininity, Masculinity, and Body Image Issues among College ...

The Qualitative Report Volume 14 Number 2 June 2009 261-292 http://www.nova. edu/ssss/QR/QR14-2/leavy.pdf Femininity, Masculinity, and Body Image Issues among College-Age Women: An In-Depth and Written Interview Study of the Mind-Body Dichotomy Patricia Leavy Stonehill College, Easton ...

Facial attractiveness and masculinity- femininity

Facial attractiveness and masculinity-femininity The effect of masculinity-femininity on face preferences Perrett et al. (1994) found that exaggerating the physical differences between attractive faces and average faces (i.e. creating caricatures of attractive faces) increased their attractiveness.

Femininity, Feminine Gender Role Stress, Body Dissatisfaction ...

Femininity, Feminine Gender Role Stress, Body Dissatisfaction, and their Relationships to Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder Nancy Romero

Femininity, Sexuality and Culture: Patriarchy and Female ...

Femininity, Sexuality and Culture: Patriarchy and Female Subordination in Zimbabwe. Femininity, Sexuality and Culture: Patriarchy and Female Subordination in Zimbabwe

Masculinity, Femininity, and Androgyny Viewed and Assessed as ...

MASCULINITY, FEMININITY, AND ANDROGYNY 429 lates to psychological health. Yet, Bern (1981b) writes, "Androgyny was a concept whose time had come, a concept that appeared to provide a liberated and more humane alternative to the traditional, sex-biased standards of mental health" (p. 362).

Sigmund Freud

In both sexes organs have been formed which serve exclusively for the sexual functions; they were probably developed Femininity Sigmund Freud NEW INTRODUCTORY LECTURES ON PSYCHO-ANALYSIS (1933) LECTURE III

Black and White Women'sPerspectiveson Femininity

FEATURE Black and White Women'sPerspectiveson Femininity ElizabethR. Cole University of Michigan AlyssaN. Zucker The GeorgeWashington University The authors explore how Black and White women view three aspects of normative femininity, and whether self-rated femininity is related to feminism.

Masculinity and Femininity: Do Sex, Race, and Social Class ...

Nillisen, Young UW-L Journal of Undergraduate Research X (2007) Masculinity and Femininity: Do Sex, Race, and Social Class Matter? Brianne Nillissen and Caitlin Young Faculty Sponsor: Betsy L. Morgan, Department of Psychology ABSTRACT Little empirical research explores the intersections of sex ...