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- Girls just want inflatables... // Cabinet Maker;01/29/99, Issue 5123, p28
Highlights a survey indicating girls' preference for bigger bedrooms and inflatable furniture. Data from furniture firm Stompa's survey of 11-15 year old girls; Inspiration for decor ideas.
- Transformers. CASEY, SUSAN // O, The Oprah Magazine;Sep2012, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p28
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the addition of lavender paint to bedroom walls for a transformation, the adoption of new attitude and the positive alteration brought by visionaries and dreamers.
- "I Just Gotta Have My Own Space!": The Bedroom as a Leisure Site for Adolescent Girls. James, Kandy // Journal of Leisure Research;2001 1st Quarter, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p71
This paper explores the importance of the bedroom as a leisure site for adolescent girls. It builds on an earlier study in which girls rated their bedrooms as the recreational space where they felt least self conscious and most chose to be (James, 1998). The intensely positive way in which most...
- Part three: The toilet seat. Hubbard, Kim L. // Business Journal (Central New York);05/28/99, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p22
Editorial. Comments on women's attitude and reasoning towards men leaving the toilet seat up. Author's assertion that women need someone, and that is men, for their humiliating experiences.
- Attitude problems. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Mar1994, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p112
Studies the psychometric properties of a Greek adaptation of Attitudes Toward Physical Activity Scale. Adult women as subjects; Consistency of findings with earlier investigations in the field.
- Women of Color Reproductive Health Poll. // Women's International Network News;Spring92, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p40
Discusses the results of the `Women of Color Reproductive Poll,' conducted by the Women of Color Partnership Program in 1991. Views of women of color on abortion, birth control and sterilization, AIDS, and health care.
- The most beautiful woman in the world. Estes, Clarissa Pinkol // Women's Sports & Fitness;Feb94, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p94
Discusses the characteristics of the most beautiful woman in the world. Ability to grow, innovate and thrive regardless of disappointments, travails or setbacks; Excerpt from the author's book `Women Who Run With the Wolves'; Attitude of a woman strength and beauty according to the author.
- Romancing the curriculum: Empowerment through popular... Jarvis, Christine // Convergence;1995, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p71
Presents a study which researches if, how and why women's thinking habits, attitudes, beliefs and values changed as they were studying romance. What the study involved; Findings.
- `How Has Your Feminine Perspective Influenced Your Work? Balik, Barbara; Mason, Diana // Creative Nursing;1999, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p4
Discusses how the author's feminine perspective influences her approach to work. Negative aspect of feminine perspective; How the author feels indebted to the people who raised her feminist consciousness.