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Title: Gender stereotypes in children's readers
Authors: Azzopardi, Erika
Bonnici, Brian
Keywords: Gender identity in education -- Malta
Stereotypes (Social psychology) in literature
Sex role -- Study and teaching
Sex role in literature
Issue Date: 1998-11
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Citation: Azzopardi, E., & Bonnici, B. (1998). Gender stereotypes in children's readers. Education 2000, 4, 31-33.
Abstract: Gender development is a critical part of the earliest and most important learning experience of the young child. Parents, caregivers and teachers formulate the social structure that initiates the young into their gender-specific roles.
Appears in Collections:Education 2000, no. 4
Education 2000, no. 4

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