Presentation_2_(chapter_3)

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    Conceptualization and Measurement  of Gender Role Attitudes Chapter 3
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    Gender-Role Attitudes Gender Ideologies Traditional Men – work Women – home Implicit assumption – men have more power Egalitarian Equal distribution of power Transitional Between the two
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    Gender-Role Attitudes:  Sexism Affective  component One’s attitude or feeling about people based on  their sex alone Traditional Sexism differential treatment of men and women, the belief that women are less competent than men Modern Sexism   Denial of existing discrimination towards women any preferential treatment for women
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    Gender-Role Attitudes:  Sexism Hostile sexism v. benevolent sexism Hostile sexism feelings of hostility towards women punishes women for not adhering to gender roles Benevolent sexism Positive feelings toward women, including a pro-social Orientation towards women Rewards women for adhering to gender roles.
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