Discrepancy predicts identification with feminism

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Description: Magnitude of discrepancy between women's self-concept and feminist-stereotypes predicts lower identification with feminism.


Many women who accept the basic tenets of feminist ideology are reluctant to identify with feminism and call themselves feminists, which is problematic because feminist self-identification is related to a variety of positive outcomes. This research tests the hypothesis that greater discrepancy between women’s self-view and feminist-view on the dimensions of competence and warmth is related to weak...


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