Children in Korea make a larger distinction between public and private sheres in regard to violations of gender norms. However, in both culturesm childrne see gender norms as a matter of personal choice.
College students in the U.S. and Benin, West Africa judge that consent is necessary but not sufficient for approval of cultural practices. However, U.S. studenst judge that there is much more connset to African cultural practices than African do.
Children in the U.S. and Korea differed in judgments of gender norm violation but not when there was a moral reason for the violation.
Adolescents and adults approved of challenges to unfair gendered practices.