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    Conceptualization and Measurement  of Gender Role Attitudes Chapter 3
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    Gender-Role Attitudes Gender Ideologies Traditional Egalitarian Transitional
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    Gender-Role Attitudes:  Sexism Affective  component One’s attitude or feeling about people based on  their sex alone Traditional Sexism  -  Endorsement of traditional  less competent than men Modern Sexism  - Denial of existing  discrimination towards women, antagonism to  preferential treatment for women
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    Gender-Role Attitudes:  Sexism Hostile sexism v. benevolent sexism
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    Gender-Role Attitudes:  Gender-Role Stereotyping Cognitive  component Schema or set of beliefs assigned to men  and women based on their social roles Descriptive Prescriptive
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    CLASS  EXERCISE: What are common  stereotypes of men  and women?
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