Bad but Bold: Ambivalent Attitudes Toward Men Predict Gender Inequality in 16 Nations

P. Glick, M. Lameiras, S.T. Fiske, T. Eckes, B. Masser, C. Volpato, A.M. Manganelli, J. Pek, L. Huang, N. Sakalli-U¿urlu, Y. Rodriguez Castro, M.L. Avilla Pereira, T.M. Willemsen, A.E. Brunner, I. Six-Materna, R. Wells

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)713-727
    JournalJournal of Personality and Social Psychology
    Volume86
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Glick, P., Lameiras, M., Fiske, S. T., Eckes, T., Masser, B., Volpato, C., Manganelli, A. M., Pek, J., Huang, L., Sakalli-U¿urlu, N., Rodriguez Castro, Y., Avilla Pereira, M. L., Willemsen, T. M., Brunner, A. E., Six-Materna, I., & Wells, R. (2004). Bad but Bold: Ambivalent Attitudes Toward Men Predict Gender Inequality in 16 Nations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86, 713-727.