Introduction Femininity and masculinity or one's gender identity (Burke, Stets and Pirog-Good 1988; Spence 1985) refers to the degree to which persons see themselves as masculine or feminine given what it means to be a man or woman in society.
MASCULINE OR FEMININE ... OR BOTH? Bem, S. L. (1974). The measurement of psychological androgyny. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42 , 155-162.
Development of the Conformity to Masculine Norms Inventory James R. Mahalik, Benjamin D. Locke, Larry H. Ludlow, and Matthew A. Diemer Boston College
However, in the French language many masculine profession, function and title words do not have a feminine equivalent. The situation is complicated since not only are there controversies over which form of the noun to use to denote women, but there is considerable variation in the use of articles and ...
Because choosing healthy and fertile mates will increase an individual's reproductive success (by giving them the healthiest offspring), it is perhaps unsurprising that in most non-human species males with exaggerated masculine characteristics and females with exaggerated feminine ...
ASAC May 28-31, 2005 Deirdre McCaughey (PhD Student) Toronto, Ontario Asper School of Business Dieter Schonwetter Faculty of Dentistry University of Manitoba THE SUCCESSFUL MANAGER IS: (A) MASCULINE, (B) FEMININE, OR (C) ANDROGYNOUS?
The Acceptance of Traditional Masculine Values and the Influence of the Sporting Culture The American sporting culture reflects the traditional masculine gender-role stereotypes accepted by the general population of the United States.
Overdoing Gender: A Test of the Masculine Overcompensation Thesis * Robb Willer University of California, Berkeley *Contact Robb Willer at Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, 94705.
Understanding the Masculine & Feminine Side Everyone has both a masculine and a feminine side. This basic polarity is part of you whether you are a man or woman, boy or girl.
StudySpanish.com What do you notice about the last letter of these nouns? MASCULINE FEMININE gato gata perro perra chico chica abuelo abuela Nouns that end in -o are usually masculine.