Single-Sex High Schools
A study proposal to examine how same-sex high schools impact the students when it comes to entering coeducational colleges.
# 53436 | 1,015 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2004 |
Published on Oct 27, 2004 in Education (Education Psychology) , Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , Gender and Sexuality (Gender Studies) , Hot Topics (Same-Sex Marriage)
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This research proposal addresses the impact that single-sex high schools have on those who attend them. It looks at previously published literature about single-sex high schools and offers a proposed method of study. The proposal includes a discussion about the problem as well as an examination of same-sex schools and coed schools. Moving from a single-sex high school to a coed college is examined in terms of academic, relationship, and human nature issues. It also provides a discussion about any pitfalls that are expected in attending same-sex schools.
From the Paper:"One study looked at the differences in same sex soccer teams and coed soccer teams. ?The purpose of the present study was to replicate and extend Stephens and Bredemeier (1996) in two ways. First, in addition to participants in an all-girls soccer league, a sample of male and female soccer players in a coeducational league was utilized. Second, based on research linking experience in higher contact sports with lower levels of moral reasoning in sport (Bredemeier et al., 1987), age and level of contact/collision sport experience were added as a potential predictors of likelihood to aggress."
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