Ambivalent Sexism and Power-Related Gender-role Ideology in Marriage.

@article{Chen2009AmbivalentSA,
  title={Ambivalent Sexism and Power-Related Gender-role Ideology in Marriage.},
  author={Zhixia Chen and Susan T. Fiske and Tiane L. Lee},
  journal={Sex roles},
  year={2009},
  volume={60 11-12},
  pages={765-778}
}
Glick-Fiske's (1996) Ambivalent Sexism Inventory(ASI) and a new Gender-Role Ideology in Marriage (GRIM) inventory examine ambivalent sexism toward women, predicting power-related, gender-role beliefs about mate selection and marriage norms. Mainland Chinese, 552, and 252 U.S. undergraduates participated. Results indicated that Chinese and men most endorsed hostile sexism; Chinese women more than U.S. women accepted benevolent sexism. Both Chinese genders prefer home-oriented mates (women… CONTINUE READING
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