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Title

To Act or Not to Act: The Relationship Between Ambivalent Sexism, System Justification, and Collective Action Intent

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Keywords

Women--Attitudes; Sexism;

Abstract

Women were exposed to either hostile sexism, benevolent sexism, or gender-unrelated statements and completed measures of system justification, positive/negative affect, perceived advantages to being a woman, and collective action intent. Although collective action intent did not differ between conditions, higher system justification was related to lower collective action intent.

Start Date

6-4-2016 12:00 PM

End Date

6-4-2016 1:45 PM

Faculty Advisor

Helen Harton

Department

Department of Psychology

Comments

Location: Maucker Union Ballroom

Embargo Date

4-6-2016

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To Act or Not to Act: The Relationship Between Ambivalent Sexism, System Justification, and Collective Action Intent

Women were exposed to either hostile sexism, benevolent sexism, or gender-unrelated statements and completed measures of system justification, positive/negative affect, perceived advantages to being a woman, and collective action intent. Although collective action intent did not differ between conditions, higher system justification was related to lower collective action intent.