Clare Rose is Director of the Center for Professional Development, Office of the Chancellor, California State University and Colleges system. She received her doctorate from UCLA, where she was involved in research on the social psychology of students and the impact of college. She has taught curriculum and instructional development to faculty at all levels of education, served as evaluation consultant to numerous schools and colleges, and is currently testing the impact of alternative types of faculty development programs in the State University system. She has been selected to appear in the 1975 Who's Who in World Women and is President of the Evaluation and Training Institute.
Women's sex-role attitudes: A historical perspective
Article first published online: 18 AUG 2006
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New Directions for Higher Education
Volume 1975, Issue 11, pages 1–31, Autumn (Fall) 1975
How to Cite
Rose, C. (1975), Women's sex-role attitudes: A historical perspective. New Directions for Higher Education, 1975: 1–31. doi: 10.1002/he.36919751103
- Issue published online: 18 AUG 2006
- Article first published online: 18 AUG 2006
Historical, sociological, and psychological factors have influenced women's self-concepts, and their sex-role attitudes, in turn, have influenced their productivity. An empirical study of eight thousand college women supports these contentions.