Comparing Self-stereotyping with In-group-stereotyping and Out-group-stereotyping in Unequal-status Groups: The Case of Gender

@article{Cadinu2013ComparingSW,
  title={Comparing Self-stereotyping with In-group-stereotyping and Out-group-stereotyping in Unequal-status Groups: The Case of Gender},
  author={M. Cadinu and M. Latrofa and A. Carnaghi},
  journal={Self and Identity},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={582 - 596}
}
  • M. Cadinu, M. Latrofa, A. Carnaghi
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Self and Identity
  • We compared self-stereotyping, in-group-stereotyping, and out-group-stereotyping, among members of high- and low-status groups. Because gender inequality is still present in society, we operationalized status in terms of gender. We considered the male (female) gender category to possess relatively high (low) status. As predicted on the basis of an extension of Mullen's model (1991), Italian men showed significant levels of out-group-stereotyping, but no significant levels of self-stereotyping… CONTINUE READING
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