1. What does Smith and Lloyds theory suggest about the colour of the babies clothes?
- How the child is labelled ( Through the colour clothing) determines how the child is socialised (Which toys)
- How the child acts towards the parents determines the gender given
- Which toys the child plays with indicates to the parents which gender the child is (Colour of clothes makes no difference)
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2. Who first looked at the bio social approach?
- Downes and Rock
- Leighton et al
- Money and Erdhardt
- Reiss et al
3. In which case was Nature stronger than Nurture? (Money 1974)
- John/ Joan - Even though socialised as a girl and then re-socialised as a male = Psychological harm caused suicide
- John/Jenny - Even though socialised as a Male and then re-socialised as a male still had psychological harm
4. Why can't these theories by generalised to all humans?
- As they do not take into account all factors that determine gender
- As they are case studies
- As they are only observations
5. Why is this theory retrospective?
- As they are observations and case studies only
- As they are case studies and era dependant
- As they are open to interpretation
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