Gender inequality in childhood: toward a life course perspective
Gender Issues • Vol/Iss. 19 • Published In • Pages: 61-86 •
By Baunach, Dawn Michelle
Environmental harshness (inadequate food and hunger) will be positively associated with childhood gender inequality (65); it will be less correlated with adult gender inequality.
Hunger was significant in one measure of childhood inequality and both measures of adulthood inequality (Child p<.05, rho=.27; Adult p<.05, rho=.23 and .32).
|Spearman’s rank-order correlation||Partially supported||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Food Supply||Independent||Nutrition, Standard Of Living|
|Gender Inequality, Adulthood||Dependent||Gender Roles And Issues, Gender Status|
|Gender Inequality, Childhood||Dependent||Abortion And Infanticide, Status Of Children, Techniques Of Socialization|