Source Documents
for Gender and Kids’ Culture



Brannon, Robert. ìWhy Men Become Men, and Other Theories.î
          In Writing Aboutthe World. 2nd ed.,1995. 129-133.

Craig, Pat. ìGames begin to address girlsí needs.î The Seattle
          Times 12 May 1996:C4.

de Beauvoir, Simone. ìWomen as Other.î In Writing About the
          World. 2nd ed.,1995. 300-305.

Delahoyde, Michael, and Susan Despenich. ìGames for Girls:
          GirlLandReconstructed.î Proteus: A Journal of Ideas
          10.2(Fall 1993): 49-54.

Delahoyde, Michael, and Susan Despenich. ìToys for Girls: The
          New Sexism, ëWe Girls Can Do Anything, Right Barbie?íî
          Popular Culture Review 4.2(June 1993): 23-36.

Engelhardt, Tom. ìChildren’s Television: The Shortcake
          Strategy.îIn Watching Television. Ed. Todd Gitlin. NY:
          PantheonBooks, 1986. 68-110.

French, Marilyn. ìGender Roles.î In One World, Many Cultures.
          Ed. Stuart Hirschberg. NY: MacMillan Pub. Co., 1992.

Rubin, Jeffrey Z., Frank J. Provenzano, and Zella Luria. ìThe
          Eyeof the Beholder: Parents’ View on the Sex of
          Newborns.î InWriting About the World. 2nd ed. by
          Susan McLeod et al. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College
          Pub., 1995. 121-129.

Walton, Anne. ìWomen Scientists: Are They Really Different?î
          InWriting About the World. 2nd ed.,1995. 13-26.

Weisstein, Naomi. ìPsychology Constructs the Female.î In
          WritingAbout the World. 2nd ed.,1995. 134-144.