Kathy and Tracey

Australia, 1976

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Episode of Series “Why can’t they be like we were?”.
An exploration of sex-role stereotyping of girls with reference to job opportunities, family support and expectations, and the concept of femininity. Kathy works in a bank and has just completed a modelling course. Tracey returned to school after modelling for several months. Suitable for secondary school level.

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