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Jurnal Recomended 2000 #1

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Theory of mind and self-concept in preadolescents: Links with gender and language. Journal of Educational Psychology. Vol. 92, No. 4, 709-717

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Science anxiety as a function of gender and experience – Statistical data included

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Efffects of electronic games on children

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Is handwriting causality related to learning to write? Treatment of handwriting problems in beginning writers

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parents influence African American students’ decisions to prepare for vocational teaching careers. Journal of Career and Technical Education, Vol. 16, No. 2, Fall, 5-15

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Socialization, personality development, and the child’s environments: Comment on Vandell

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Mathematics, vocabulary, and reading development in Chinese American and European American children over the primary school years. Journal of Education Psychology. Vol. 92, No. 4, 745-760.

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The intra-household allocation of time and tasks: What have we learnt from the empirical literature?. Policy Research Report on Gender dan Development. Working Paper Series No. 13. June.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #9

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Gender equity training and teacher behavior

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #10

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Gender, affiliation, assertion, and the interaktif context of parent-child play

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #11

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Aspects of young children’s perceptions of gender-typed occupations.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #12

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Close Relationships, Gender, and Career Salience.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #13

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Definitions of Gender and Sex: The Subtleties of Meaning.

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Self-determination theory and the facilitation of intrinsic motivation, social development, and well-being.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #15

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Social role theory of sex differences and similarities: A current appraisal. In T. Eckes & H. M. Trautner (Eds.)

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Parents’ gender stereotypes and teachers’ beliefs as predictors of children’s concept of their mathematical ability in elementary school

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Parents, peer groups, and other socializing influences.

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The attainment of self-consistency through gender in young children

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Determinants of individual differences and gender differences in knowledge.

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Self-efficacy beliefs as sharpers of children’s aspiration and carre trajectories

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Parental autonomy granting during adolesence: Exploring gender differences in context.

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When girls versus boys play alone: Nonsocial play and adjustment in kindergarten

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The influence of parental attitudes and behaviors on children’s attitudes toward gender and household labor in early adulthood.

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Extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motivation in education: Reconsidered once again.

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Preschoolers at play: Co-socialisers of emotional and social competence.

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Gender identity: A multidimensional analysis with implications for psychosocial adjustment.

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The relationship of women’s role strain to social support, role satisfaction, and self-efficacy. Family relation

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What I think you think of me: Women’s reactions to being viewed as benficiaries of preferential selection.

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For whom does education enlighten?: Race, gender, education, and beliefs about social inequality.

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Fairness or stereotypes? Young children’s priorities when evaluating group exclusion and inclusion.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #31

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The development of self-regulation in the first four years of life.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #32

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Children’s gender-related inferences and judgments: a cross-cultural study.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #33

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The stability and consequences of young children’s same-sex peer interactions

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Sibling influences on gender development in middle childhood and early adolesence: A longitudinal study.

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Gender differences in planning, attention, simultaneous, and successive (PASS) cognitive process and achievement.

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The structure of children’s perceived self-efficacy: A cross-national study.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #37

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The development of a goal to become a teacher.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #38

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Gender stereotyping in infancy: Visual preferences for and knowledge of gender-stereotypeed toys in the second year.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #39

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The development of gender roles in young children. EOC Research Discussion Series

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #40

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Sex stereotypes and the evaluation of men and women in military training

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #41

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Instruction begins in the home: Relation between parental instruction and children’s self-regulation in the classroom.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #42

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Young children’s evaluations of exclusion in gender-stereotypic peer contexts.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #43

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Children’s response to same- and other-gender peers: an experimental investigation with 8-, 10-, and 12-years-olds

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #44

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A brief history of antique dolls – part 1, early dolls through papier mache and wax. Doll Colleting

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #45

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Why are girls not in school? Perceptions, realities, and contradictions in changing Cambodia

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #46

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Pedatronics: Robotic toys as a source to evoke young girls’s technological interest. Paper presenten on the 32rd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Boston

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #47

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Sex differences in response to children;s toys in nonhuman primates (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus). Evolution and Human Behavior

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #48

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Children’s attraction to toys may be biologically based on their gender.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #49

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Shirt vs. skin: Clothing indicator of gender role stereotyping in video games

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Single Sex Schools

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #51

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Understanding “Prior intentions” enables two-year-olds to imitatively learn a complex task.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #52

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Race and gender influences on adjustment in early adolesence: Investigation of an integrative model.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #53

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The apple does not fall far from the tree. Institute for Policy Research Working Paper

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #54

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Children’s competence and value beliefs from childhood through adolesence: Growth trajectories in two male-sex-typed domains.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #55

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Student’s perceptions of classroom activities: Are there grade-level and gender differences?

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #56

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Changes in children’s self-competence and values: Gender and domain differences across grades one through twelve.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #57

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I would never be a secretary: Reinforcing gender in segregated and integrated occupations. Gender & Society

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #58

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Development of quantitative reasoning and gender biases.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #59

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Division of Labor, perceived fairness, and marital quality: the effect of gender ideology

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #60

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The Developmental Course of Gender Differentiation: Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Evaluating Constructs and Pathways.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #61

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Cognitive theories of early gender development

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #62

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Parent’s perceptionand behaviors regarding toys for young children’s play in Korea

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #63

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Math = male, me = female, therefore math ≠ me.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #64

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Gender and perceived sef-efficacy in self-regulated learning. Theory Into Practice, Spring-Autumn

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #65

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Are parents’ gender schemas related to their children’s gender-related cognition? A meta-analysis

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #66

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Age determination guidelines: Relating children’s ages to toy characteristics and play behavior. (ed. Tomothy P. Smith). U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #67

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Gender inequity and public health: Getting down to real issues.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #68

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Caregivers’ socialization of gender roles in a children’s museum.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #69

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The who and when of gender-blind attitudes: Predictors of gender-rolr egalitarianism in two different domains – Brief report.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #70

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Teachers’ brief nonverbal behaviors in defined instructional situations can predict students’ evaluations.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #71

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Children’s perceptions of vocational preparation requirements.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #72

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Children’s beliefs about violating gender norms: Boys shouldn’t look like girls, and girls shouldn’t act like boys – 1.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #73

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Toward a dialectical model of family gender discourse: Body, identity, and sexuality

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #74

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Understanding children’s atypical gender behavior

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #75

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Gender socialization within the family: A study on adolescents and their parents in Great Britain. Paper prepared for BHPS.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #76

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Early school competence: The roles of segregated play and effortful control. Developmental Psychology. Vol. 39, No. 5, 848-858.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #77

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Studies in art education. Reston. Fall. Vol.45,  Iss. 1;  pg. 56.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #78

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When teachers’ and parents’ values differ: Teachers’ ratings of academic competence in children from low-income families.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #79

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Parent-school involvemnet and school performance: Mediated pathways among socioeconomically comparable African American and Euro-American families.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #80

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Gender norms and the role of the extended family. The Supporting Healthy Marriage and Hispanic Healthy Marriage Initiative Joint Research Meeting in Washington.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #81

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Do high-achieving female students underperformin private? The implications of threatening environments on intelectual processing

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #82

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A Concept analysis of the role of fatherhood:

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #83

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Investigating gender differences in the meaning of household chores and child care.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #84

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The animal = male hypothesis: Children’s and adults’ beliefs about the sex of non-sex-specific stuffed animals.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #85

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How is emergent writing based on drawing? Analysis of children’s products and their sorting by children and mothers.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #86

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International gender x item difficulty interactions in mathematics and science achievement tests.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #87

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The relationship among self-concept, self-efficacy, and performance in mathematics during secondary school.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #88

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Asian American women and racialized feminities: Doing gender across cultural worlds.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #89

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Kajian gender komik-komik terjemahan. Lembaga Penelitian Unversitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #90

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Prenatal androgens and gender-typed behavior: A study of girls with mild and severe forms of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH).

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #91

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Parent-child conversations about science: The socialization of gender inequities?.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #92

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An analysis of the portrayal of gender roles in Turkish television advertisements.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #93

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The relationships between childhood tomboyism, sibling’s activities, and adult gender roles.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #94

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A man in a women’s world: my husband is one of that rare breed—male elementary school teachers. And among a host of admiring female teachers, he’s really starting to fit in – End of the Day.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #95

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Conforming gender stereotypes: A social role perspective.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #96

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Portraying gender roles to children through television and film.

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Positive and negative androgyny and their relationship with psychological health and well-being.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #98

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A small class: In schools, male kindergarten teachers a rare sight

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #99

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On broadening the cognitive, motivational, and sociostructural scope of theorizing about gender development and functioning

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #100

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Adolesence attitude on gender role in Ghana.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #101

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Children’s perceptions of gender discrimination

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #102

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Paternal involvement with children: The influence of gender ideologies.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #103

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Children who question their heterosexuality.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #104

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Maculinities in “safe” and “embattled” organizations: Accounting for pornographic and feminist magazines.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #105

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Children’s achievement in early school: Longitudinal effects of parental involvement, expectations, and quality of assistance.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #106

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The variability and flexibility of gender-typed toy play: A close look at children’s behavioral responses to counterstereotypic models.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #107

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Penalties for success: Reaction to women who succeed at male gender-typed tasks

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #108

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Japanese Fathers of Preschoolers and their involvement in child care.

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Promoting self-regulation through school-based martial arts training.

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Links between sex-typed time use in middle childhood and gender development in early adolesence.

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The family context of preadolescents’ orientations toward education: Effects of maternal orientations and behavior.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #112

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Gender discrimination in primary school textbooks of Orissa.

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Albert Bandura: Biographical sketch.

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Asian and Euro-American parents’ ethnotheories of play and learning: Effects on preschool children’s home routines and school behavior.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #115

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Gender as a social structure: Theory wrestling with activism. Gender & Society

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #116

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Gender differences in automatic in-group bias: Why do women like women more than men like men?

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #117

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Gender differences: Emotional Expression and feelings of personal inauthenticity

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The social role theory of sex differences and similarities: Implications for partner preference.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #119

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Gender in psychology

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“It was fun. . .I liked drawing my thoughts”: Using drawings as a part of the focus group process with children.

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Does gender identity influence children’s psychological well being?

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #122

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The development of elementary-aged children’s career aspirations and expectations. Professional School Counseling.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #123

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Response to Lawrence Summers’ Remarks on Women Science.

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Gender bias in the classroom: Current controversies and implications for teachers

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Applying Gottfredson’s theory of circumscription and compromise in career guidance and counseling.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #126

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Is the Gender Gap in School Performance Affected by the Sex of the Teacher? Paper presented on the Seminar at the Princeton University Labor Lunch, the Swedish Institute for Social Research and the CEPR conference on “Economics of Education and Education Policy” in Uppsala

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #127

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Exposure to benevolent sexism and complementary gender stereotypes: Consequences for specific and diffuse forms of system justfication.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #128

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Autonomy and relatedness in cultural context: Implication for self and family.

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Gender-typed play and amniotic testosterone

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Gender, gender relations, and the social dyanamics of children’s conversation.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #131

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Exploring teachers’ understanding and practice of gender equity: Case study of a kindergarten in Hong Kong.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #132

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The relation of gender-role classifications to the prosocial and antisocial behavior of Chinese adolescents.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #133

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Gender and institutions: Creating an enabling environment. United Nations, Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW), Expert Group Meeting. Enhancing Participation of Women in Development through an Enabling Environment for Achieving Gender Equality and the Advancement of Women.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #134

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Children’s toy collection in Sweden – a less gender-typed country?

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #135

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How students and teachers view the seriousness of peer harassment when is it appropriate to seek help?.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #136

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Dealing with difficult gender issues

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Processes of gendering and the institunalization of gender in the family and school: A case study from Nepal. (Abstract). Advances in Gender Research. Vol. 9, pages 265-296

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #138

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Gender bias lives, for both sexes. The Education Digest

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #139

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Parenting anxiety and stress: Does gender play a part at 3 months of age?

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #140

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Doing one’s duty: Chronological age, felt autonomy, and subjective well-being

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #141

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Power and the creation of patronizing environemnts: The streotype-based behaviors of the powerful and their effects on female performance in masculine domain

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #142

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Creativity and occupational accomplishments among intellectually precocious youths: An age 13 to age 33 longitudinal study.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #143

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Anticipated work-family conflict: Effects of gender, self-efficacy, and family background

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #144

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The why chromosome: how a teacher’s gender affects boys and girls.

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Career aspirations of women in the 20th century.

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Self-discipline gives girls the edge: Gender in self-discipline, grades, and achievement test scores.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #147

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Biological essentialism, gender ideologies, and role attitudes: What determines parents’ involvement in child care.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #148

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Pengembangan gambar ilustrasi berperspektif jender pada buku teks sekolah dasar kelas awal.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #149

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Gender equality in classroom instruction: Introducing gender training for teachers in the Republic of Korea.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #150

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Voracious Leisure Participation: Reinforcement of Gender and Social Status.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #151

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Gender, gender identity, ethnicity, and stereotyping of children’s chores: the Israeli case.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #152

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Gender and age differences in same-sex aggregation and social behavior.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #153

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Sex role stereotype dalam rekrutmen pegawai akuntasi dan keuangan: Observasi terhadap pola rekruitmen terbuka di media massa.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #154

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Encyclopedia of children’s health: Gender identity.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #155

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Testing associations between young children’s relationships with mothers and teachers.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #156

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Super’s career development theory. In J. H. Greenhaus & G. A. Callanan (eds.) Encyclopedia of career development.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #157

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Programming experiences in early child development. 1st ed. November. New York: Early Child Development Unit Programme Director’s Office Programme Division United Children’s Fund.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #158

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Implicit and explicit occupational gender stereotypes.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #159

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Ready or Not!: African Males Kindergarten.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #160

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Self regulation: A brief review. Athletic Insight: The Online Journal of Sport Psychology.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #161

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The realism and sex type of four- to five – year-old children’s occupation aspirations.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #162

2007

Planes, trains, automobiles –and tea sets: Extremely intense interests in very young children

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #163

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Same-gender and cross-gender peer acceptance and peer rejection and their relation to bullying and helping among preadolesecents: Comparing predictions from gender-homophyly and goal-framing approaches.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #164

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Early predictors of career develoment: A 10-year follow up study.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #165

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Work and vocational psychology: Theory, research, and applications

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #166

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Some methodological issues with “draw a scientist tests” among young children.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #167

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Effects of physical atypicality on children’s social identities and intergroup attitudes.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #168

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Science related careers: Aspirations and outcomes in two British cohort studies

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #169

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Missouri students and the pathways to college

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #170

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Influences and challenges of male gender construct

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #171

2008

Self-regulation and the executive function: The self as controlling agent. Chapter prepared for A. W. Kruglanski & E.T. Higgins, Social psychology: Handbook of basic principles (2nd ed.)

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #172

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Slovenian Presidency Conference, “Elimination of Gender Stereotypes: Mission (Im)Possible?

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #173

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Why play = Learning. In Tremblay RE, Barr RG, Peters RdeV, Boivin M (eds.). Encyclopedia on early childhood development (online). Montreal, Quebeq: Centre of Excellence for early childhood development. Pp. 1-7

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Kelas kata dalam bahasa Indonesia: Sebuah tinjauan stereotip jender. Skripsi (tidak diterbitkan).

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2009

Prolonged video viewing and emotional intelligence: An experimental investigation on preadolescents.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #176

2009

Gender socialization in the home: Its impact on boys’ achievement in primary and secondary schools. Human Development Department (OSHD), African Development Bank.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #177

2009

Stereotypes about scientist over time among US adults: 1983 and 2001. Public Understanding of Science.

Jurnal Recomended 2000 #178

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Gender identity. In M. Leary & R. Hoyle (Eds.), Handbook of individual differences in social behavior (pp. 109-128)

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Koefisien reliabilitas pada pengukuran kepribadian yang multidimensi. Psikobuana. 1 (1), 39-48.