The Korean Journal of Human Development

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The Relationship between a Patriarchal Family Environment and Ambivalent Sexism Among University Students: Testing Moderated Mediation Effects of Gender Through Gender Role Stereotypes



AUTHOR : 성윤희

INFORMATION : page. 1~19 / 2020 Vol.27 No.4


ABSTRACT

The present study investigated the roles of gender role stereotypes and gender in the relationship between a patriarchal family environment and ambivalent sexism among university students. Specifically, this study examined the mediating effect of gender role stereotypes on the relationship between a patriarchal family environment and ambivalent sexism. Also, gender was tested for a moderating effect on the relationship between a patriarchal family environment and gender role stereotypes. Gender was further tested as a moderator of the indirect effect of gender role stereotypes. Participants were 210 undergraduate and graduate students (males=158, females=60) from a science and engineering university. Data were analyzed using the SPSS Process macro. As a result, the relationship between a patriarchal family environment and ambivalent sexism was found to be mediated by gender role stereotypes. Also, the relationship between patriarchal family environment stress and gender role stereotypes was moderated by gender, in which the link was significant only for males. Finally, a Patriarchal family environment was indirectly related to ambivalent sexism through gender role stereotypes only for male participants. Results are discussed in terms of interventions to change individuals’ sexist attitudes and perceptions.


Ⅰ. 서 론


Ⅱ. 연구방법


Ⅲ. 결과 및 해석


Ⅳ. 논의 및 결론


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