Sex differentiation and schooling
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Published by Heinemann Educational Books in London, Exeter, NH .
Written in English



  • Great Britain.


  • Sex discrimination in education -- Great Britain,
  • Sex differences in education -- Great Britain

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Michael Marland ; with contributions by Jackie Bould ... [et al.].
SeriesHeinemann organization in schools series
ContributionsMarland, Michael., Bould, Jackie.
LC ClassificationsLC212.3.G7 S47 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination250 p. :
Number of Pages250
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2786069M
ISBN 100435805924
LC Control Number83212042

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Single-sex education, or single-gender education, referse to education in which male and female students are separated in different classes, buildings or even schools. This was a predominant practice before the midth century but remains popular in some parts of the world based on tradition and religion. Psychology Definition of SEX DIFFERENTIATION: the acquiring of distinctive features for each sex during development. Human sexual differentiation can be genetically determined at the time of fertilizat. The answer given in this book is, No. The authors assert, and cite chapter and verse to prove, that those physical, mental, moral or social traits, which we are wont to regard as "masculine" or "feminine" are simply those of the dominant sex; that those we call "feminine" are merely the characteristics of the subordinated sex. In , Carl Richard Moore, a researcher at the University of Chicago, in Chicago, Illinois, wrote Embryonic Sex Differentiation and Sex Hormones, which was published in the same year as a first-edition the book, Moore argues that regulation of sex differentiation in mammals is not controlled by sex hormones secreted by embryonic sex organs (gonads), but is controlled by non.