Browsing Faculty Profiles by Author "Johnson, Miriam M."


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  • Johnson, Miriam M.; Stockard, Jean; Acker, Joan; Naffziger, Claudeen (Academic Press, 1975-08)
    Whether one envisions a socially androgynous world as an eminent disaster or a desirable long-term goal, it is clear that men and women do differ and have always differed cross-culturally and historically in their roles, ...
  • Johnson, Miriam M.; Stockard, Jean; Rothbart, Mary K.; Friedman, Lisa (Springer, 1981)
    In an attempt to clarify the relation between parental variables, sexual preference, and sex-role attitudes, three groups of women were studied: lesbian feminists, heterosexual feminists, and heterosexual traditional ...
  • Stockard, Jean; Johnson, Miriam M. (Springer, 1979)
    Writings in psychoanalytic theory and social science that discuss the basis of men's motive to dominate women are reviewed. Both men's fear and envy of women and men's tenuous masculine identity arise from the exclusive ...

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