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Award For 1999 Stereotypes as Dynamic Constructs : Women and Men of the Past , Present , and Future

  title={Award For 1999 Stereotypes as Dynamic Constructs : Women and Men of the Past , Present , and Future},
  author={Amanda B. Diekman and Alice H. Eagly},
Dynamic stereotypes characterize social groups that are thought to have changed from the attributes they manifested in the past and even to continue to change in the future. According to social role theory’s assumption that the role behavior of group members shapes their stereotype, groups should have dynamic stereotypes to the extent that their typical social roles are perceived to change over time. Applied to men and women, this theory makes two predictions about perceived change: (a… 

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