An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex; In Which Are Inserted by Mary Astell, Judith, fl. Drake, A. Roper, E. Wilkinson, R.

By Mary Astell, Judith, fl. Drake, A. Roper, E. Wilkinson, R. Clavel

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An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex; In Which Are Inserted the Characters of a Pedant, a Squire, a Beau, a Vertuoso, a Poetaster

Identify: An Essay in Defence of the feminine intercourse. : within which Are Inserted the Characters of a Pedant, a Squire, a Beau, a Vertuoso, a Poetaster, a City-Critick,

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We undertook the rural versus urban comparison of the roles of the four latent variables, with particular emphasis on the interplay between Sensation Seeking and Denial of Risk, for six populations: (1) the total sample, (2) all the males, (3) all the females, (4) all those under 30, (5) all those over 30, and (6) all males under 30. For all six of these populations, the standardized total effect for Denial of Risk was more important than that for Sensation Seeking in the rural segment and less important in the urban segment.

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