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2. The first stage of Kohlbergs theory is called the

  • Identity Stage
  • Stability Stage
  • Consistency Stage

3. The Stability stage suggests that the child is....

  • Aware of their own gender only and confused by others.
  • Aware of its own gender but confused by external influences and the gender of perhaps others
  • Aware of its own gender, aware of others gender and aware that their gender cannot be influences by external factors

4. How many stages are there in the Gender Schemata Theory

  • 0
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1

5. What does Martin and Little study suggest?

  • The age at which a child knows about gender is not 18 months but rather it is around 2 and a half years or 7 years when they are fully aware
  • That the information a child needs to have can be basic and rudimentary
  • That Kohlbergs theory is right and a child needs to be in the consistency stage before understanding about their own gender


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