Hontiveros, however, said language is a powerful medium where sexism
, gender discrimination and even violence against women are committed and replicated.
Research has also shown that benevolent sexism
is positively correlated with fundamentalism (Eliason, 2014), and protective paternalism is positively correlated with Christian orthodoxy in men but not women (Maltby et al.
has been defined as a set of beliefs and ideologies that, at the cultural level, legitimize conventional gender relations and that, at the individual level, promote the adoption of ambivalent attitudes toward men and women (Glick & Fiske, 1996, 2001).
There is certainly a lot more to be done by the Tories and I think, when it comes to sexism
, some Sky presenters need to look at themselves, too.
It said Mrs Sim's successor, Chief Constable Steve Ashman, had considered her previous sexism
allegations and did not believe they should be investigated.
When Birmingham City University lecturer Dr Gem Commane saw the adverts on her way into work, she posted a picture of them on Twitter, and it caused outrage among people branding it as everyday sexism
Instead, benevolent sexism
, seen in the church's teaching of complementarity, asserts that women are only different from men, often using positive language, praising their roles as mothers or identifying them as more nurturing than men.
Author Joshunda Sanders presents students, academics, researchers, media professionals working in a wide variety of contexts, and general interest readers with an examination of the impact of racism and sexism
in American journalism.
It takes conscious willed effort not to reproduce sexism
Cypriot society is ridden with sexism
, the announcement said, and these type of behaviours violate a number of fundamental human rights and discourage more female participation in the political scene, "in a country where the percentage of female politicians is extremely low".
But let us, before going any further, take a look at the definition of sexism
in the Oxford Dictionary:
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