Women's Attitudes Toward Men: an Integrated Threat Theory Approach

@article{Stephan2000WomensAT,
  title={Women's Attitudes Toward Men: an Integrated Threat Theory Approach},
  author={C. Stephan and W. Stephan and Katherine M. Demitrakis and A. Yamada and D. Clason},
  journal={Psychology of Women Quarterly},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={63 - 73}
}
Three studies were conducted to measure the antecedents of women's attitudes toward men using the integrated threat model. Four types of threats were hypothesized to produce negative attitudes toward men: (1) realistic threat based on threats to women's political and economic power, (2) symbolic threat based on value differences, (3) intergroup anxiety experienced during social interaction with outgroup members, and (4) negative stereotypes of men. Negative contact was hypothesized to increase… Expand

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