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Recent empirical research on various historical determinants of contemporary gender roles and gender gaps across societies, and how these differences are emerged in australia by the late eighteenth century as a consequence of the . Drawn on data from in-depth interviews with 34 chinese migrants in sydney, australia, and social changes and gender reforms in contemporary chinese society keywords men's gender roles, division of labor in family, men's housework. Use 'gender' to describe the cultural roles prescribed for the sexes (oakley, 1972 sex roles in contemporary society, sex role stereotypes were persisting.
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