Structure latente et validation de la version française de l'Ambivalent Sexism Inventory : l'échelle de sexisme ambivalent

@article{Dardenne2006StructureLE,
  title={Structure latente et validation de la version française de l'Ambivalent Sexism Inventory : l'{\'e}chelle de sexisme ambivalent},
  author={Beno{\^i}t Dardenne and Nathalie Delacollette and Christine Gr{\'e}goire and Delphine Lecocq},
  journal={Annee Psychologique},
  year={2006},
  volume={106},
  pages={235-263}
}
Glick and Fiske’s (1996) Ambivalent Sexism Inventory is a measure of hostile sexism (sexist antipathy) and benevolent sexism (a subjectively positive attitude toward women). This paper proposes a French version of this scale, the Echelle de Sexisme Ambivalent (ESA). Three studies on more than 1 000 participants established the validity of this new scale. The first one is the application of Rasch’s extended model that confirmed the psychometrical qualities of the ESA, for both male and female… 

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