Ambivalent sexism and attitudes toward women who engage in premarital sex in Turkey

  title={Ambivalent sexism and attitudes toward women who engage in premarital sex in Turkey},
  author={Nuray Sakalh‐Uğurlu and Peter Glick},
  journal={The Journal of Sex Research},
  pages={296 - 302}
This study examined the relationship of ambivalent sexism, political conservatism, demographic variables (age, education, and gender), and prior sexual experience to Turkish men's and women's attitudes toward women who engage in premarital sex. Participants included 124 Turkish undergraduate students and 60 nonstudent Turkish adults. Benevolent but not hostile sexism uniquely predicted more negative views of women who engage in premarital sex once other variables were controlled. Regression… 

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