The Effects of Gender Role Stereotypes on Political Attitudes
The Social Science Journal
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Public attitudes toward women may be understood in terms of two dimensions: inferiority and indifference. Some people (both men and women) believe that women are inferior to men, whereas others believe that the sexes are merely different. Factor analysis of the NORC General Social Survey shows that the inferiority stereotype explains political attitudes better than the difference stereotype.
Equality; Women; Women--Public opinion
Gender and Sexuality | Political Science | Women's Studies
Jelen, T. G.
The Effects of Gender Role Stereotypes on Political Attitudes.
The Social Science Journal, 25(3),