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sexual stereotyping


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The assumption that certain occupations, social roles, and behaviors ought to be confined to members of one gender; e.g., chief executive officers, firefighters, and underground miners should be male, and nurses, grade-school teachers, office workers, and filing clerks should be female. Some attitudes linked to stereotyping, if not the assumptions, persist.

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