2016
DOI: 10.1590/s2176-6681/380613879
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"O que você quer ser quando crescer?". Escolarização e gênero entre crianças de camadas populares urbanas

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“…[11][12] Furthermore, toys encourage an early insertion in the labor market, attributed to professional exercise with a certain degree of financial independence. 26 Messages on children's toy packaging can reinforce the representation of gender roles, as 'kitchen cooking is for all girls', and boys can be 'small entrepreneurs.' In this sense, the construct of what is feminine and masculine mediated by toys is still strongly perceived in commercial establishments both by how they are exposed and by the colors, illustrations, and shapes of the packaging.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…[11][12] Furthermore, toys encourage an early insertion in the labor market, attributed to professional exercise with a certain degree of financial independence. 26 Messages on children's toy packaging can reinforce the representation of gender roles, as 'kitchen cooking is for all girls', and boys can be 'small entrepreneurs.' In this sense, the construct of what is feminine and masculine mediated by toys is still strongly perceived in commercial establishments both by how they are exposed and by the colors, illustrations, and shapes of the packaging.…”
Section: /14mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This process can be identified in policies, priorities and schooling practices, in different levels of education. 5,6 Different instruments have been adopted to study individual preferences of boys and girls for toys and games, and their preferences for partners, to better reflect relationships and gender stereotypes 7,8 than roles and gender identity that are better identified by observing social interactions in natural settings. A structured interview was conducted through instruments allowing children to classify their preferences for toys (for boys, for girls and for both), justifying their choice of each one provided in the catalogue of toys.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…7 In another study, conducted by two instruments, the Playmate and Play Style Preferences Structured Interview (PPPSI), and the Human Figure Drawing, boys and girls between 9 and 11 years old pointed out their preferences for partners and games. 8 The study was conducted in a room (at school or outside it), in both studies, and each seated child made their choices and answered the instrument. Ethnographic studies produce records closer to reality in which gender relations happen in classrooms, kids' clubs and breaks.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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