Sex stereotyping is about making assumptions that women and men should play different roles in society. Such assumptions restrict individual choice, which leads to wasted talent and unfulfilled potential, to skills gaps and to lower pay for those jobs which are seen as women’s work.
Childrens’ attitudes towards, and participation in, different sports both within and outside of school, are often strongly sex stereotyped.
Outside of school, boys are more likely than girls to take part in sport. This document provides a simplistic overview of the subject in a variety of contexts.
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Reference : Equal opportunities commission. (2001). Young people and sex stereotyping. London: EOC.
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