Spatial Implications of Increases in the Female Labor Force: A Theoretical and Empirical Synthesis
Research by both geographers and psychologists suggests that there are differences in females' and males' everyday geographic and spatial knowledge. These differences in knowledge have been attributed to variances in biology and hormonal levels; ...
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