sex segregation

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Noun1.sex segregation - the traditional Hindu or Muslim system of keeping women secluded
separatism, segregation - a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups
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Nevertheless, none of the few available studies of the spatial ecology of cave salamanders have ever found sexual segregation in their use of vertical habitats (Ficetola et al.
The activity budget hypothesis of sexual segregation was supported by blue sheep behavior in the Helan Mountains.
The cururu stingray presents sexual segregation, with an annual reproductive cycle that is regulated by river levels, involving copula during the ebb period and birth during the dry period (Charvet-Almeida et al., 2005).
is equally applies to inculcating into children the view that women should not participate in wider society and the removal of things like evolutionary biology, dancing and singing classes, sexual segregation and restrictions on girls actively participating in certain lessons.
Those two small changes feel like improvements in the way I see things -- unlike the third change, which is the way in which I have become accustomed to expect sexual segregation on buses.
Referring to gender segregation, the director of the Muslim Educational Centre of Oxford says: 'This supposedly traditional sexual segregation within Muslim society has no foundation in Islam.
Pellegrini also claims that energetic and social roles are proximate causes of sexual segregation. According to the energetic approach, boys and girls choose different niches in order to maximize their physical growth.
Sexual segregation is widespread among polygynous ruminants (Bowyer 1984, Bowyer et al.
In this editorial titled "Not to Deprive Society of Half of its Human Resources," the First Lady writes, in particular, that "the future we wish for our Arab societies is a one based on the principles of citizenship, refusal of any sexual segregation, and societies which are based on the principle of equality of rights and duties."
"I'm breaking through sexual segregation," he had said when comparing himself to Parks.
residential sexual segregation), resulting in a same sex 'corporeal condition of decrepitude' (Strong, p.109) and a cross-sex relational ambivalence.