Beyond Mars and Venus: The role of gender essentialism in support for gender inequality and backlash.

2018-07-24T21:44:24Z (GMT) by Lea Skewes CORDELIA FINE Nick Haslam
<p><b>AU = Australia</b></p><p><b>DK = Denmark</b></p><p><b>blGender = Gender</b></p><p><b>blAgency = Agency</b></p><p><b>blCommunality = Communality</b></p><p><b>blCompetence = Competence</b></p><p><b>blNegemo = Negative emotion</b></p><p><b>blOutrage = Moral outrage</b></p><p><b>mean GE = Gender Essentialism Scale (GES) score</b></p><p><b>binary GE = low or high GES score</b></p><p><b>SRES = Sex Roles Egalitarianism Scale score</b></p><p><b>SDO = Social Dominance Orientation</b></p><p><b>Discrim = Support for discriminatory practices</b></p><p><b>Fairness = Perceived fairness of gender-based treatment</b></p><p><b>politicalOrientation = Political orientation</b></p><p><b>Vote = vote for candidate</b></p>