Sex Segregation

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A controversial policy of separating people by gender, often understood to be in public places. Critics of sex segregation contend that it is a violation of human rights; supporters argue it is necessary to maintain decency, modesty, female safety, or the family unit
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Sexual segregation in white-tailed deer: density-dependent changes in use of space, habitat selection, and dietary niche.
Sexual segregation in ungulates: new directions for research.
Sexual segregation in Alaskan moose: effects of habitat manipulation.
Sexual segregation in white-tailed deer: density dependent changes in use of space, habitat selection, and dietary niche.
Sexual segregation, that is often mentioned in the West as oppressive to Arab women, is likewise a complex subject, but one that is better understood with the help of social contradiction and dialectics.
The powerful association between women and domestic life, and men and public life, is one of the accepted facts of contemporary gender studies, thus sexual segregation in Arab-Muslim society should be seen not as exceptional or unique, but one of the better-known examples of a more general cultural phenomenon.
Sexual segregation is the different use of space by male and female ungulates.
The gastrocentric model provides a framework for experimental tests of the hypothesis that sexual segregation is a consequence of the schedule of metabolic demands underlying sexual dimorphism.
Causes of sexual segregation continue to be debated (Bleich et al.
Degree of spatial differences in sexual segregation varies among species and habitats (Bowyer et al.
Keywords: Alaskan moose, Alces alces gigas, body mass, growth, incisor breadth, incisor depth, morphology, resource partitioning, sexual dimorphism, sexual segregation
Although sexual segregation is common among polygynous ruminants, the mechanisms controlling this phenomenon continue to be debated (Miquelle et al.