Do Feminist Identity Styles Moderate the Relation Between Perceived Sexist Events and Disordered Eating

@inproceedings{Sabik2006DoFI,
  title={Do Feminist Identity Styles Moderate the Relation Between Perceived Sexist Events and Disordered Eating},
  author={Natalie J Sabik and Tracy L Tylka},
  year={2006}
}
Feminist consciousness is theorized to be a powerful resource against the detrimental effects of sexism. The present study examined whether feminist identity styles moderated the relation of perceived lifetime and recent sexist events to disordered eating for 256 college women. Using hierarchical moderated regression, we found two styles of feminist identity (i.e., synthesis and active commitment) buffered the relation between perceived sexist events and disordered eating; the three remaining… CONTINUE READING

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