Tuesday, January 29, 2008
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Source: The United States Election Project at George Mason University.
Each square equals one electoral vote (changes your perspective a bit
Another Pictures of electoral college map interactive:
69 kB jpeg, Screenshot of The New York Times electoral votes map
In African American and Latino early adolescents, the relationship with feelings about gender conformity are not so closely related to positive adjustment. It is possible that these youth may be involved in exploring and forming their ethnic identity, and so are less psychologically involved in gender identity. Although early adolescents are assessing gender conformity, their attitudes about gender roles, on average, grow more egalitarian and flexible from ages seven to thirteen. At thirteen, they reach a plateau that lasts for two or three years, and at about age sixteen, adolescents become more traditional in their views of gender roles. This picture of average changes obscures different patterns of change, depending on children’s own activities.