Specifi- logía masculina tradicional, el neosexismo y la igualdad de género. De for- cally we tested the effect of neosexism as a mediational variable. As ex- ma. bles: Autoestima, Autoconcepto, Sexismo Tradicional y Neosexismo. Las relaciones entre variables sugieren que existen relaciones negativas entre. Neosexismo en adolescentes de 14 a 17 años: relaciones con autoconcepto-autoestima, personalidad, psicopatología, problemas de conducta y habilidades.
En este trabajo se analiza la relación entre las metas laborales y el neosexismo de una muestra de estudiantes universitarios gallegos ( Mujer de mente | Neosexismo. Columna a cargo de Mariel Giménez. El machismo no es el mismo que hace 50 años. aqui analizamos las. El objetivo de este estudio es investigar la relación entre la ideología masculina tradicional, el neosexismo y la igualdad de género. De forma más específica.
ResumenEl neosexismo, definido como la manifestación de un conflicto entre los valores igualitarios y los sentimientos residuales negativos. Title: Neosexismo en adolescentes de 14 a 17 años: relaciones con autoconcepto-autoestima, personalidad, psicopatología, problemas de conducta y. El objetivo de este estudio es investigar la relación entre la ideología masculina tradicional, el neosexismo y la igualdad de género. De forma más específica.
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Source: Clinica y Salud. Abstract: This paper explores neosexismo during adolescence and neosexismo relationships with psychopathological symptoms and personality traits. The sample consists of adolescents aged 14 to The study uses a correlational methodology. Nine instruments were used for the assessment of variables. ANOVA results showed gender differences in neosexism, with significantly higher scores in males.
Pearson coefficients suggested that adolescents of both genders with high neosexism have many psychopathological symptoms including phobic anxiety, psychoticism and total positive symptomsmany behavioural problems academic and social adjustment difficultieslow self-concept, low level of cooperativeness, low level neosexismo social skills, high overconfidence, jealous loneliness, low emotional stability, low sociability, and neosexismo responsibility.
Neoswxismo regression analyses allowed the identification of the following variables as neodexismo of neosexism: high overconfidence, low level of neosexismo, and low social adjustment.
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This factor allows the admission of feminist goals and the appearance of gender equality. What neosexism does is to show evidence of the conflict between adhering to the abstract and general values of equality in theory and rejecting its application in practice. At the centre of this controversy is the fear of Figure 2.
Unstandardized regression weights for variables in the men changing the status quo. The two beta weights in parentheses report the beta weights com- The present study suggests empirical evidence of the fact puted after the mediator has been included in the regression equation.
Neosexism, built on sex differences, is a basic fac- Discussion tor in the legitimizing, justification and maintenance of ine- quality Glick, The importance of this study lies in de- The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship be- termining how neosexist beliefs, maintained by men and tween masculinity ideology, neosexism, and gender equality. As Cecilia Firstly, in relation to masculine ideology, our findings show Ridgeway affirms, the persistence of gender hierarchy that in antifemininity and toughness, men had more tradi- lies in the mediation of gender inequality by interactional tional beliefs than women, were more neosexist, and in rela- processes which are taken for granted.
Sex categorization, tion to gender equality, they scored less than women. Neosexism Moyles, ; Glick et al. Therefore, progress towards equality is a hard road crimination and it also upholds the belief that inequality is because gender is deeply embedded as an organizing princi- no longer a problem.
In this sense it works as a factor in ple of social interaction Ridgeway, The results show that in men mas- der awareness. This relationship between gender equality and masculine nism. From a qualitative paradigm, Pleasants has de- ideology is an element of great importance and it endorses scribed several forms of resistance to feminism that men the utility of introducing masculinity ideology in the study of endorse and that serve to reinforce male privileges despite gender equality.
These findings constitute an empirical con- their stated willingness to learn feminism. One of them is firmation of how the discrimination of women depends, in very relevant to our study. Specifically when participants men, on a model of traditional masculinity. In women, mas- spoke of progress and attributed gendered inequality to the culinity is related to neosexism but not to gender equality.
This explains why women have more expressing neosexism. In fact, in Europe gender inequality egalitarian gender ideologies than do men, as men are less exists at home and work, even in countries that have a likely to believe, based on cultural explanations, that gender smaller gender gap and promote gender equality e.
Hearn equality will benefit them. Performance of der equality. For women the focus is on powerful social masculinity implies reaching status, and men and women forces that continue to preserve inequality and even to show agree on this aspect. What conduct and actions research should examine, in other social contexts, the rela- have the twofold function of maintaining masculinity ideol- tionship between gender equality and other forms of mascu- ogy and gender inequality? What behaviors do women not linity.
In addition, a qualitative investigation into the differ- perceive as sexist? Finally, we be- ticipants undergraduate students limit the conclusions of lieve that an analysis of sexist beliefs, and individual meri- this study. Our results are only relevant to occidental and tocratic principles, studying the relationship between neo- white people, and it will be necessary to evaluate these rela- sexism and gender in greater detail, would be of great value tionships among other populations.
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The sample consists of adolescents aged 14 to The study uses a correlational methodology. Nine instruments were used for the assessment of variables. ANOVA results showed gender differences in neosexism, with significantly higher scores in males. Pearson coefficients suggested that adolescents of both genders with high neosexism have many psychopathological symptoms including phobic anxiety, psychoticism and total positive symptoms , many behavioural problems academic and social adjustment difficulties , low self-concept, low level of cooperativeness, low level of social skills, high overconfidence, jealous loneliness, low emotional stability, low sociability, and low responsibility.
Multiple regression analyses allowed the identification of the following variables as predictive of neosexism: high overconfidence, low level of cooperativeness, and low social adjustment.