Harvard References

Here are my Harvard References for my FMP.

 

 

Amanda, 2012. Thesocietypages.org. Girls, Boys and Toys. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (https://thesocietypages.org/sociologylens/2012/11/29/girls-boys-and-toys/)

Anon, 2016. Naeyc.org. What the Research Says: Gendered Toys. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.naeyc.org/content/what-research-says-gender-typed-toys)

Anon, 2014. ITV News. Do our childhood toys define who we are as adults? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.itv.com/news/2014-06-27/do-our-childhood-toys-define-who-we-are-as-adults/)

Anon, 2013. Huffingtonpost.com. Can Your Toy Choices Affect Your Kid’s Future Career? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/learnvest/can-your-toy-choices_b_2999793.html)

Barford, V. 2014. BBC News Magazine. Do children’s toys influence their career choices? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-25857895)

Bologna, C. 2015. Huffingtonpost.com. Side-By-Side Photos Prove Gender Stereotypes Are Alive and Well in Kid’s Books. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/20/big-book-of-girl-stuff-boy-gendered-kids-books_n_6715584.html)

Brennan, E. 2013. Newstalk.com. What are the effects of gender specific toy marketing? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.newstalk.com/What-are-the-effects-of-gender-specific-toy-marketing)

Cherney et al. 2003. Education Psychology Publication. The Effects of Stereotyped Toys and Gender on Play Assessment in Children Aged 18-47 months. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (https://www.andrews.edu/~rbailey/Chapter%20one/9040385.pdf)

Chyaz, 2014. Chyaz.com. Toys and Gender Segregation: Damaging or Harmless? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.chyaz.com/4980/toys-and-gender-segregation-damaging-harmless/)

Clayton, T. 2015. Kidsinthehouse.com. Do Children’s Toys Influence Their Career Choices? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.kidsinthehouse.com/blogs/tracey-clayton/do-childrens-toys-influence-their-career-choices)

Clerkin, C. 2015. In-mind.org. Why gender neutral toy aisles might help children’s development stay on target. Last accessed: 22.05.16  (http://www.in-mind.org/blog/post/why-gender-neutral-toy-aisles-might-help-childrens-development-stay-on-target)

Connor, S. 2015. Independent.co.uk. Sexist toys stop girls choosing to study sciences at school, says top academic. Last accessed: 22.05.16  (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/sexist-toys-stop-girls-choosing-to-study-sciences-at-school-says-top-academic-10485205.html)  

Curtis, P. 2011. The Guardian. Pink v Blue – are children born with gender preferences? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.theguardian.com/politics/reality-check-with-polly-curtis/2011/dec/13/women-children)

D, C. 2013. Thefbomb.org. Why Gender-Specific Toys Are Harming Girls. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://thefbomb.org/2013/10/why-gender-specific-toys-are-harming-girls/)

Dahl, M. 2015. Nymag.com. What the Science Says About Kids and Gender-Labelled Toys. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/08/science-of-kids-and-gender-labeled-toys.html)

Daniel, S. 2012. Everydayfamily.com. Gender & Toys: Does it Really Matter? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.everydayfamily.com/gender-toys-does-it-really-matter/)

Dearden, L. 2014. Independent.co.uk. Tony Abbott says campaigners against gendered toys should ‘let boys be boys and girls be girls.’ Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/tony-abbott-says-campaigners-against-gendered-toys-should-let-boys-be-boys-and-girls-be-girls-9897135.html)

Delingpole, J. 2014. Express News. Why it’s not sexist to say boys should never play with dolls. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/455465/Stop-making-our-children-neutral-let-boys-and-girls-play-with-gender-specific-toys)

Fine, C. 2014. Slate.com. Girl and boy toys: Why are toys so gendered? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/new_scientist/2014/04/girl_and_boy_toys_childhood_preferences_for_gendered_toys_are_not_innate.html)

Gander, K. 2015. Independent.co.uk. Most toy adverts are ‘sexist’ and show ‘narrow and limiting’ gender stereotypes, study warns. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/most-toy-adverts-are-sexist-and-show-narrow-and-limiting-gender-stereotypes-study-warns-a6776746.html)

Gonzalez-Mena, J. 2014. Education.com. Gender Roles and Toys. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.education.com/reference/article/toys-gender-roles/)

Grinberg, E. 2012. CNN. When kids play across gender lines. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://edition.cnn.com/2012/08/27/living/harrods-gender-neutral-toys/)

The Huffington Post, 2016. The Huffington Post Online News Outlet. Gendered Toys. (http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/news/gendered-toys/) Last accessed: 22.05.2016

Ireland, J. 2016. Theage.com.au. Barbie Wars: toy industry dismissed link between gendered toys and domestic violence. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.theage.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/barbie-wars-toy-industry-dismisses-link-between-gendered-toys-and-domestic-violence-20160404-gnygxh.html)

Jess, 2013. LetToysBeToys.org. Toys, play and career choices. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.lettoysbetoys.org.uk/toys-play-and-career-choices/)

K, 2012. Beamagazine.wordpress.com. Are pink toys bad for boys? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (https://beamagazine.wordpress.com/2012/10/26/are-pink-toys-bad-for-boys/)

Klampe, M. 2014. Oregonstate.edu. Playing with Barbie dolls could limit girls’ career choices, study shows. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/archives/2014/mar/playing-barbie-dolls-could-limit-girls%E2%80%99-career-choices-study-shows)

Let Toys be Toys Organisation, 2016. Let Toys be Toys for Boys and Girls (http://www.lettoysbetoys.org.uk/) Last accessed: 22.05.16

Martin, C. 2012. Forbes.com. Who Decided That Girls Need Pink Toys? Why Gender Marketing is a Bad Idea. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.forbes.com/sites/work-in-progress/2012/04/06/who-decided-that-girls-need-pink-toys-why-gender-marketing-is-a-bad-idea/#7e95530b3729)

O’Neill, L. 2014. Irishexaminer.com. Is aiming toys and clothes at specific genders harmless? (http://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/fashionandbeauty/features/is-aiming-toys-and-clothes-at-specific-genders-harmless-303504.html) Last accessed: 22.05.16

Oram, L. 2014. Playgroundprofessionals.com. Do The Toys Children Play With Affect Their Career Choices? Last accessed: 22.05.16  (http://www.playgroundprofessionals.com/news/toys/do-toys-children-play-affect-their-career-choices102)

Paton, G. 2014. Telegraph.co.uk. Gender specific toys ‘put girls off’ maths and science, says Education Minister. Last accessed: 22.05.16  (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/10578106/Gender-specific-toys-put-girls-off-maths-and-science.html)

Pearson, A. 2016. Modernmom.com. How Do Children’s Toys Affect Gender Roles? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://motherhood.modernmom.com/childrens-toys-affect-gender-roles-17763.html)

Phillips, M. 2016. Spectator.co.uk. It’s dangerous and wrong to tell all children they’re gender fluid. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/01/its-dangerous-and-wrong-to-tell-all-children-theyre-gender-fluid/)

Porter, A. 2012. Huffingtonpost.com. New Lego ‘For Girls’ Reinforces Harmful Gender Stereotypes. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/alex-porter/lego-girls-gender-stereotypes-_b_1271729.html)

Robb, A. 2015. Nytlive Website. How gender-specific toys can negatively impact a child’s development. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld/2015/08/12/how-gender-specific-toys-can-negatively-impact-a-childs-development/)

Rodriguez, A. 2015. Quartz.com. Hasbro still divides its toys by gender – and thanks to ‘Star Wars,’ the ‘boys’ unit is booming. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://qz.com/527781/hasbro-still-divides-its-toys-by-gender-and-thanks-to-star-wars-its-boys-unit-is-booming/)

Rosenbaum, E. 2010. Msmagazine.com. Gendering Toys is Good for Nobody. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://msmagazine.com/blog/2010/12/09/gendering-toys-is-good-for-nobody/)

Sample, I. 2015. Theguardian.com. Toys aimed at girls ‘steering women away from science careers.’ Last accessed: 22.05.16 (https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/sep/04/toys-aimed-at-girls-steering-women-away-from-science-careers)

Sample, I. 2015. Theguardian.com. Boys and their toys: have science-themed had an impact on women’s careers? Last accessed: 22.05.16 (https://www.theguardian.com/science/the-h-word/2014/feb/14/boys-toys-science-impact-women-careers-history)

Shaw, M. 2015. Quartz website. Science shows gender-neutral toys empower children, and possibly society at large. (http://qz.com/494673/science-shows-gender-neutral-toys-empower-children-and-possibly-society-at-large/) Last accessed: 22.05.16

Sinclair, I. 2014. Telegraph.co.uk. Don’t restrict children with gender-specific ideas. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/relationships/fatherhood/10621692/Dont-restrict-children-with-gender-specific-ideas.html)

Smith, M. 2014. Theconversation website. Barbie for boys? The gendered tyranny of the toy store. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://theconversation.com/barbie-for-boys-the-gendered-tyranny-of-the-toy-store-34979)

Sweet, E. 2014. The Atlantic. Toys Are More Divided by Gender Now Than They Were 50 Years Ago. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/12/toys-are-more-divided-by-gender-now-than-they-were-50-years-ago/383556/

Torney, B. 2013. Globaltoynews.com. Playing the Gender Game – How Gender Roles in Toys impact Toys & Games. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.globaltoynews.com/2013/09/playing-the-gender-game-how-gender-roles-in-toys-impact-toys-games.html)

Vandenbroucke, K. 2014. Globaltoynews.com. The Sad Side Effects of Gender-Based Marketing. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.globaltoynews.com/2014/03/the-sad-side-effects-of-gender-based-marketing.html)

Wolchover, N. 2012. Livescience.com. Hormones Explain Why Girls Like Dolls & Boys Like Trucks. Last accessed: 22.05.16  (http://edition.cnn.com/2012/08/27/living/harrods-gender-neutral-toys/)

Youmans, A. 2014. Nccj.org. Gender Series – Female Gender Roles and Toys. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (https://nccj.org/blog/gender-series-female-gender-roles-and-toys)

Young, D. 2012. Abcnet.com.au. Princesses and Superheroes: the consequences of gender roles. Last accessed: 22.05.16 (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-09-07/young-princesses-and-superheroes/4246568)

Zimmerman, C. 2012. Thebirdfeednyc Blog – Toys: A visual history (1800s-1990s) (http://thebirdfeednyc.com/2012/01/20/toys-a-visual-history-1890s-1990s/) Last accessed: 22.05.16

 

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