Gender Wise

B. T.
February 2006
Working Mother;Feb/Mar2006, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p74
The article discusses the stereotypical gender behavior of children in the U.S. Children, as young as age two, begin to notice gender differences. They begin to understand and identify words like boy and girl, and apply these to themselves. By preschool age, their understanding of gender images and behavior is solidifying. Parents are advised to send appropriate messages on clothes, toys and wide range of activities.


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