Males may be more influenced by gender stereotypes, adult role modeling

Sheri Bauman
June 2012
Counseling Today;Jun2012, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p24
The article discusses the author's views on adult role modeling wherein males may be more influenced by gender stereotypes. He refers to several studies on the role of sexual orientation in career aspirations and multicultural competence in school counseling. The author thinks that school counselors must have informed decisions when preparing to assist and advocate for this student population.


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