Year Published: 2003

Author: Nancy L. Marshall

How do children and adolescents become gendered individuals? The perspectives of children and youth have been missing from this discussion. The researchers in this cutting-edge collection of papers agree that it's critical to listen to the voices of children and youth and have relied on methodologies that draw directly from-rather than solely from parents or teachers. This free download includes the abstract and table of contents for articles related to this topic from the American Behavioral Scientist, Volume 46, Number 10, June 23. 

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