Sociocultural correlates of permissive sexual attitudes: A test of Reiss's hypotheses about Sweden and the United States

@inproceedings{Weinberg2000SocioculturalCO,
  title={Sociocultural correlates of permissive sexual attitudes: A test of Reiss's hypotheses about Sweden and the United States},
  author={Martin S. Weinberg and Ilsa L. Lottes and Frances M. Shaver},
  year={2000}
}
In a 1980 publication, Ira Reiss proposed a set of theoretical statements concerning gender roles and sexual customs in Sweden and the United States. He stated that, in comparison to the United States, sexual attitudes are more permissive in Sweden and that factors accounting for these differences include country variations in religiosity and attitudes toward general gender egalitarianism, the naturalism of sex, and the role of government with respect to sexual matters. The present research… CONTINUE READING

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