Family role differentiation and women's subsistence contribution

American Sociological Review Vol/Iss. 41 Published In Pages: 376-379
By Whyte, Martin King


This paper reviews Aronoff and Crano's (1975) hypotheses and procedures. Whyte asserts that their arguments regarding the hypothesis that males universally assume the role of task specialist in the subsistence economy, is in fact a straw man and has already been well established.


No formal testing is presented.

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