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by Harriet Holter
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Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Universitetsforlaget (January 1970)
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Harriet Holter (11 April 1922 – 18 December 1997) was a Norwegian social psychologist. She graduated with the cand. Despite having a degree in economics, the prospect of making an academic career in this field became unsettling for Holter.
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Few social scientists were concerned with issues of sex and gender before . ment of social scientific thought on sex and gender. 1977, Kanter’s book Men and Women of the Corporation was perhaps the first applica-.
Few social scientists were concerned with issues of sex and gender before the middle of. the 20th century. The field has literally exploded in the last several decades. We argue that during the heyday of functionalist sociology, family sociologists (. tion of the new structuralism (Bielby and Baron, 1986) to gender.
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The major components of social structure are statuses, roles, social networks, groups and organizations, social institutions, and society. Specific types of statuses include the ascribed status, achieved status, and master status. Depending on the type of master status, an individual may be viewed positively or negatively because of a master status.