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Chodorow argues 28 Sociology Reference Guide that boys view themselves as different from their mothers with whom they have had their first emotional relationships, and thus, repress their emotions and female qualities in order to achieve their individuated male identities. Girls, in contrast, strongly and continuously identify with their mothers and thus, accept their emotions and female qualities. As a result, males tend to see the feminine as inferior. Another example is the work of Rosabeth Moss Kanter (1977).

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