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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1972. Department of Human Development and the Family.
It is the concern of this study to examine the relationships between among parental identification, sex-role development (encompassing both sex-role preference and sex-role identification), and personal adjustment for the late-adolescent female. This research will be conducted within the framework of role-modeling and reciprocal-role.
Advisor: Jacqueline Voss