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Gender Identity and Ethnicity as Factors in College Students' Attitudes and Stereotypes on the Women's Liberation Movement
|dc.description.abstract||Differentiation between sexes and the subsequenm allocation of social roles is almost a universal phenome non in various cultures throughout history. Although her duties varied from one society to another, the woman's role was largely determined by her innate ability to have and to nurture offspring.|
|dc.publisher||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
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|dc.title||Gender Identity and Ethnicity as Factors in College Students' Attitudes and Stereotypes on the Women's Liberation Movement|
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