Sex Roles (2012) 67:373–374 DOI 10.1007/s11199-012-0199-2 EDITORIAL Margaret L. Signorella Published online: 14 August 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012 When Sex Roles marked its 35th anniversary (Frieze and English-language Disney Store. In addition to showing the Dittrich 2010), one of the celebratory articles was a content expected relationship between the current stereotyping of analysis of gender development research published in the colors (e.g., pink for girls, blue for boys) and the stereo- journal (Zosuls et al. 2011). The authors of the analysis typing of the toys (e.g., dolls for girls, truck for boys), the noted that Sex Roles began at a time when seminal works authors also discovered that the toys intended for both boys on the study of gender were appearing and crucial issues in and girls tended to have the stereotypical masculine color terminology were debated (cf., Frieze and Chrisler schemes. Táboas-Pais and Rey-Cao (2012) coded images in 2011). The Zosuls et al. review also clearly showed that physical education textbooks from Spain. The photographs Sex Roles has been a consistent outlet for a wide variety of more frequently showed male participants, and also showed gender development issues, across different ages and them in competitive settings
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