Gender Role Egalitarian Attitudes in Beijing, Hong Kong, Florida, and Michigan

  title={Gender Role Egalitarian Attitudes in Beijing, Hong Kong, Florida, and Michigan},
  author={Lei Chang},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  pages={722 - 741}
  • Lei Chang
  • Published 1999
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
This article presents the development and validation of a cross-cultural gender role attitudes test and cultural and regional comparisons using it. Construed within the role distribution theory, the 10-item Gender Role Egalitarian Attitudes Test measures gender attitudes along two domains of work and domestic roles and is free from prescribed gender ideology. Validated in convenience samples of 115 Hong Kong and 124 Floridian college students, the test was shown to have sound psychometric… Expand

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