The Search for Ambivalent Sexism: a Comparison of Two Measures

@article{Conn1999TheSF,
  title={The Search for Ambivalent Sexism: a Comparison of Two Measures},
  author={Amy Buhl Conn and Paul J. Hanges and William P. Sipe and Amy Nicole Salvaggio},
  journal={Educational and Psychological Measurement},
  year={1999},
  volume={59},
  pages={898 - 909}
}
Glick and Fiske have claimed that prior sexism measures are biased because they only capture hostile sexist attitudes and fail to tap benevolent sexist attitudes. The authors of the current article believe that other measures of sexism do, in fact, capture some aspects of benevolent sexism. To examine this hypothesis, they compared Swim, Aikin, Hall, and Hunter’s old-fashioned and modern sexism scales with Glick and Fiske’s Ambivalent Sexism Inventory (ASI) scales (i.e., benevolent and hostile… 

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