Eicher, Joanne B. & Roach-Higgins, Mary E. 1992. Definition and classification of dress:Implications for analysis of gender roles, in Barnes, Ruth & Eicher, Joanne B. (Eds.) Dress and gender: Making and meaning, New York:Berg Publishers, Inc., pp.8-28.
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