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Putting Gender Into Context: An Interactive Model of Gender-Related Behavior.
A model that describes conditions influencing the display of gender-related behavior is presented as a supplement to existent models of sex differences. Whereas many previous models stress the… Expand
Negotiating social identity when contexts change : maintaining identification and responding to threat
The impact of change in context on identity maintenance, the implications of maintenance efforts for group identification, and the effects of perceived threats to identity on self-esteem associated… Expand
Structure of Gender Stereotypes: Interrelationships Among Components and Gender Label
Various components of gender stereotypes were examined in three studies to determine their interrelationship and their influence relative to gender label. In the first two experiments, male and… Expand
Gender Belief Systems: Homosexuality and the Implicit Inversion Theory
Beliefs about the characteristics of male and female homosexuals and heterosexuals were assessed to determine the degree to which stereotypes of homosexuals are consistent with the inversion model… Expand
Reconstructing Social Identity
- K. Deaux
- 1 February 1993
As a concept with a tradition in both social and personality psychology, identity lends itself to a variety of interpretations. In the present analysis, identity refers to social categories in which… Expand
From individual differences to social categories: Analysis of a decade's research on gender.
- K. Deaux
Mothers and Fathers in the Workplace: How Gender and Parental Status Influence Judgments of Job‐Related Competence
We investigated the influence of gender and parental status on employment decisions. The shifting standards model predicts that parenthood polarizes judgments of women and men such that mothers are… Expand
Representations of the social: Bridging theoretical traditions.
Preface and Acknowledgments. List of Contributors. Part I: Framing the Issues. 1. Introduction. (Gina Philogene and Kay Deaux). 2. Why a Theory of Social Representations? (Serge Moscovici). Part II:… Expand