Sex Differences in Social Behaviour: A sex Role
Reexamination of the Bem Sex Role
Inventory: The interpersonal bsri.
Changes in the sex role
attitudes of women, 1962-1977: Evidence from a panel study.
According to the two-dimensional model of sex roles
(Bem, 1974), individuals can be classified into one of four categories on the basis of their masculinity and femininity scores: masculine, feminine, androgynous, and undifferentiated.
Both the 15 and 25-item short versions of AWS have been used widely in recent years and have been found to be associated with many variables including attitudes toward female victims (Kristiansen & Guilietti, 1990; Whatley & Riggio, 1992), attitudes toward rape (Lee, Kim, & Lira, 2010), attitudes toward sex roles
in cases of wife assault (Hillier &Foddy, 1993), abortion (Patel, 2009), the differences in male and female criminal activity (Rudolph, 1996), acculturation (Bhanot & Senn, 2007; Kranau, Green & Valencia-Weber, 1982), and psychological well-being (Pyant & Yanico, 1991).
Mazzella, Carmela, Kevin Durkin, Emma Cerini, and Paul Buralli (1992), "Sex Role
Stereotyping in Australian Television Advertisements," Sex Roles
Women usually acquire a great deal of sex role
learning or gender role identity, early in their lives leading to an attitude that creates difficulties later in working lives (Lipsey, Steiner, Purvis and Courant, 1990).
This measure is a 24-item, 6-point (1 = strongly disagree, 5 = strongly agree, 6 = not applicable) Likert-type self-report inventory used to assess the degree to which South Asian women living in the United States experience cultural values conflict in two areas: intimate relations and sex role
Construct validation of the Bem Sex Role
Inventory in Taiwan.
1989), "The Relationship between Sex Role
Stereotypes and Requisite Management Characteristics Revisited," Academy of Management Journal 32: 662-669.
Measurement of masculine and feminine sex roles
identities as independent dimensions.
socialization in picture books for pre-school children.