Intergenerational transmission of gender ideology: the unique associations of parental gender ideology and gendered behavior with adolescents' gender beliefs
Parents' modeled behavior of shared or non-egalitarian division of labor does not always reflect their gender ideology. I examined whether parents' modeled behavior or their own gender ideology was a better predictor of adolescents' egalitarian or non-egalitarian gender beliefs. Parents and their adolescent children were assessed in terms of gender ideology and perceptions of parent marital equality. Bivariate correlations showed that parent gender ideology was a significant predictor of adolescent gender ideology but parent marital equality behavior was not. Furthermore, in multivariate regression ...
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Author(s):Mattingly, Victoria PrescottDate Issued:2018Format:born digital; doctoral dissertationsDespite making up nearly half of today's workforce, women are disproportionately unrepresented in leadership roles—a phenomenon referred to as the glass ceiling. In an attempt to achieve workplace gender parity, organizations ...
Author(s):Borhani, ZahraDate Issued:2020Format:born digital; masters thesesThe stereotypes associated with women in computer science are potential barriers that prevent female students from developing an interest in this field. This problem persists when attempting to establish a career after ...
Author(s):Enberg, Jessica M.Date Issued:2010Format:masters thesesThis research is focused on how men use religion to define their gender identity. Specifically, this paper looks at the religion Neopaganism. Out of the 1960s and 1970s Counter Cultural and New Religious Movements rose ...