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"Knowing Me, Knowing You" Self-Disclosure: Gender Gap Analysis, Rachel Santine Apr 1992

"Knowing Me, Knowing You" Self-Disclosure: Gender Gap Analysis, Rachel Santine

Communication Studies Undergraduate Theses

Self-disclosure, the unique sharing of information about oneself which would not otherwise be known, is examined in the following discussion. While knowledge of same-sex and mixed-sex disclosures are valuable, this research is restricted to the examination of mixed-sex disclosure. The Johari Window is used as a tool to facilitate the understanding of self- awareness as it relates to disclosure. Gender differences are examined to illuminate how mixed-sex orientations alter the self-disclosure process. The research tests the assumption that in mixed-sex disclosures men disclose less and seek control, whereas women disclose more and attempt to uncover feelings. The impact of gender ...


Gender And Homosexual Sterotypes: A Cross-Cultural Study, Nazare Magaz Jan 1992

Gender And Homosexual Sterotypes: A Cross-Cultural Study, Nazare Magaz

Theses Digitization Project

Sexual stereotyping -- United States and Spain -- Attitudes toward homosexuality and gender.