Sanctioning Resistance to Sexual Objectification : An Integrative System Justification Perspective

@inproceedings{Calogero2014SanctioningRT,
  title={Sanctioning Resistance to Sexual Objectification : An Integrative System Justification Perspective},
  author={Rachel M. Calogero},
  year={2014}
}
Sexual objectification is a harmful cultural practice that perpetuates gender inequality and warrants serious attention. The purpose of the present article is to describe an integrated theoretical approach for promoting resistance to the system of sexual objectification. We draw from system justification and objectification theories to propose a two-arm approach that would harness the system justification motive and adjust the lens of self-objectification in order to facilitate social change… CONTINUE READING

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