Sex bias and sex discrimination in vocational education, guilty or not guilty?
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Sex bias and sex discrimination in vocational education, guilty or not guilty? by Marge Harouff

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Published by Nebraska Department of Education in [Omaha] .
Written in English


  • Sex discrimination against women -- United States,
  • Sexism in textbooks

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Statementdeveloped by Marge Harouff
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Pagination64 l. :
Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL22777260M

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