volume 20, issue 2, P219-229 1997
DOI: 10.1080/016502597385306
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Abstract: Williams and Best’s (1990) study of the development of sex stereotype knowledge among young children in 24 countries was extended to Portuguese subjects living in Portugal and abroad. Subjects were 720 children (aged 8-11 years), with each age group evenly divided by gender, and each age/gender group evenly divided into three places of residence: urban and rural areas in Portugal, and in France. Subjects were administered the Sex Stereotype Measure II (SSM II) in which children select between male and female …

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