BORN FREE: A Collaborative Consultation Model for Career Development and Sex-Role Stereotyping

Hansen, L. Sunny; Keierleber, Dennis L.
March 1978
Personnel & Guidance Journal;Mar78, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p395
Academic Journal
Focuses on the creation of Build, Options, Reassess Norms, and Free Roles through Educational Equity (BORN FREE), a university-based collaboration consultation project for career development and sex-role stereotyping in Minnesota. Conceptual framework for BORN FREE; Career options for students; Advantages of collaborative consultation.


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