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Ch 9: Prejudice. Part 2: March 24, 2014. Sexism. Gender stereotypes – prescriptive vs. descriptive stereotypes Ambivalent sexism: Hostile sexism – Benevolent sexism -. What is h ostile sexism related to? Stereotypes: Attitudes: Gender differences in hostile sexism?

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ch 9 prejudice

Ch 9: Prejudice

Part 2: March 24, 2014

sexism
Sexism
  • Gender stereotypes –
    • prescriptive vs. descriptive stereotypes
    • Ambivalent sexism:
      • Hostile sexism –
      • Benevolent sexism -
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What is hostile sexism related to?

    • Stereotypes:
    • Attitudes:
    • Gender differences in hostile sexism?
  • What is benevolent sexism related to?
    • Depends on whether women are violating gender stereotypes…
    • Gender differences in benevolent sexism?
    • Surprising results for women in sexist cultures -
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Links to discrimination –

    • Occupational differences - “sex segregation”
    • Wage gap for comparable jobs:
stereotype threat
Stereotype Threat
  • Claude Steele’s research –

1) Awareness of stereotype

2) Concern about being evaluated based on stereotype

    • Similar to self-fulfilling prophecy, except…?
    • How does stereotype threat reduce performance?
slide6

Studies focused on academic performance –

  • How is stereotype threat manipulated?
  • What about positive stereotypes?
    • Results:
    • How can you protect against stereotype threat?
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