Machismo in Organizations: Individual Predictors & Context-Dependent Outcomes

@article{Intindola2016MachismoIO,
  title={Machismo in Organizations: Individual Predictors \& Context-Dependent Outcomes},
  author={Melissa L. Intindola and Ryan P. Jacobson and Kathryn J. L. Jacobson and Robert G. Delcampo},
  journal={Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={28},
  pages={113-131}
}
Two studies were conducted to examine possible predictors of machismo value endorsement and to test the possibility that machismo’s effects on job-related outcomes may be stronger in “family-oriented” than in “team-oriented” organizations. A total of 178 students were recruited from upper-level management and MBA classes at a large university in the Southwestern U.S. In Study 1, participant gender, familism values, and femininity predicted machismo values. Unexpectedly, ethnicity did not… 

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