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    题名: Social relationships and sexism in the U.S. and Taiwan
    作者: Lee, I-Ching;Pratto F.;李怡青
    日期: 2007-09
    上传时间: 2008-12-31 10:53:59 (UTC+8)
    摘要: This research examines the cultural origins of sexism and how it is enacted within cultures. The harmonious tenor of Taiwanese collectivism and the competitive individualism of American culture are hypothesized to afford benevolent sexism and hostile sexism, respectively. Whereas hostile sexism was expected to affect Americans' bias in favor of men more than benevolent sexism, benevolent sexism should affect Taiwanese bias favoring men more than hostile sexism. Deferential family norms and support for hierarchical intergroup relationships (social dominance orientation) were hypothesized to increase support of sexism in both cultures. Two studies within each culture confirmed the aforementioned hypotheses. The cultural roots of legitimizing ideologies and the cultural origins of different forms of sexism are discussed.
    關聯: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38(5), 595-612
    数据类型: article
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