1. How does Kohlbergs theory differ that of Martin and Halverston's?
- Not as many stages that the child goes through
- Gender schema age is 2
- Gender Schema age is 4
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2. What does this theory look at the most, and what does it ignore?
- Looks at the cultural factors, but ignores the social
- Looks at the cognitive factors, but ignores the cultural
- Looks at the biological factors, but ignores the social
3. In stage two of the Gender Constancy theory, what does the child think of gender?
- That it can change, due to the activities they partake in i.e. female or male roles
- That gender is constant
- That gender changes due to how they are socialised
4. What are the three stages to the Gender Constancy Theory?
- Gender Identity, Gender Stability and Gender Constancy
- Gender Identification, Gender Stabilisation and Gender Continuity
- Genetic Impulse, Gender Constancy and Gender Processing (Mental and Physical)
5. What two things does Kohlbergs theory take into account which are not reductionists and easy to generalise?
- Biological and Chemical
- Cognitive and Biological
- Social and Biological
- Cognitive and Social