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Why Do Children's Books Perpetuate Gender Stereotypes?
"Mothers are much more likely to be portrayed nurturing and caring for children, and men are more likely to work outside of the home. These depictions have not significantly changed over time, so that these storybook characters often inhabit a bygone, male breadwinner-female homemaker era." Pacific Standard 07/16/13
Posted July 17, 2013 06:58 AM

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