Gender Issues publishes basic and applied research on the relationships between men and women; on similarities and differences in socialization, personality, and behavior; and on the changing aspirations, roles, and status of women in industrial, urban societies as well as in developing nations. Interdisciplinary and cross-national in scope, the journal presents political, economic, social and behavioral analyses with diverse perspectives and policy conclusions. It covers issues of importance to both men and women as well as examines the extensive effect of changing sex roles on gender relations. Gender Issues offers papers written by scholars in all areas of the social sciences, as well as letters to the editor, and incisive reviews of important literature from all sides of the debate about gender relations.
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Joshua Simpkins (March 2014)
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