On the role of dominance and nurturance in the confluence model: A person-centered approach to the prediction of sexual aggression.

@article{Troche2017OnTR,
  title={On the role of dominance and nurturance in the confluence model: A person-centered approach to the prediction of sexual aggression.},
  author={Stefan J. Troche and Philipp Y Herzberg},
  journal={Aggressive behavior},
  year={2017},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          251-262
        }
}
Malamuth's (1998) confluence model holds that the combination of hostile masculinity, impersonal sexuality, and the constellation of high dominance and low nurturance plays a crucial role in explaining men's sexual aggression against women. Most studies on the confluence model concentrate on hostile masculinity and impersonal sexuality rather than dominance and nurturance. Using a person-centered approach, we investigated whether sexual aggressive men could be better identified in a sample of… CONTINUE READING
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