Hellenic (Greek) gender attitudes

@article{Marcos2001HellenicG,
  title={Hellenic (Greek) gender attitudes},
  author={Anastasios C. Marcos and Stephen J. Bahr},
  journal={Gender Issues},
  year={2001},
  volume={19},
  pages={21-40}
}
Using data from 1,120 residents of Athens, Greece, we used structural equation modeling to confirm the existence of three types of gender attitudes: (1) egalitarian housework attitudes, (2) acceptance of females in traditionally male occupations, and (3) acceptance of males in traditionally female occupations. There was more acceptance of females in traditionally male occupations than of males in traditionally female occupations. Consistent with previous research, there was a relatively strong… 

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