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In this sense, the strategic goal Ambivalence and be to strive towards achieving greater equality in stereotypes cause sexual harassment: A available resources and in the positions between theory with implications for organizational the sexes, but to deconstruct the established change.
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Lawrence Erlbaum the value given them relate to ambivalent sexism.
According to these results, we suggest continuing Glick, E. Trait-based and sex-based exploring this phenomenon by increasing the discrimination in occupational prestige, working sample and observing what occurs in the occupational salary, and hiring. Sex Roles, 25, adult population, seeking to conirm whether the Glick, P.
The Ambivalent In addition, future work should consider the Sexism Inventory: Differentiating hostile and attitudinal and behavioral dimensions of the benevolent sexism. Journal of Personality stereotypes subject in addition to the cognitive, and Social Psychology, 70, Ambivalent Sexism.
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Williams, J. Measuring sex stereotyping: A multination study. Newbury Park, CA: Zubieta, E. Self-references for authors: It was concluded in the research that perception levels of participants about masculinity level had been middle. In every culture dimension, it was discussed whether views of participants had been significant according to variables such as gender, marital status, education level, branch, place mostly lived, generation and seniority that had taken place in the research.
It was found out in the research that there had been a positive and significant relationship between dimensions of family atmosphere and charitableness of paternalist leadership.
Consequently, as behaviour level of a school principle trying to create a family- like atmosphere at schools increases, charitableness level significantly increases, too. On the other hand, there is a negative relationship between family atmosphere and interventionism and insufficiency dimensions.
In a similar way, it was seen that there had been a negative and almost mid-level relationship between charitableness and authoritativeness and interventionism and insufficiency dimensions.
On the other hand,it was seen that there had been a positive relationship between authoritativeness and interventionism and insufficiency dimensions.
It was determined that there had been a positive and significant relationship in every single one of culture dimensions and paternalist leadership. Accordingly, an increase in any public culture dimensions of power distance, uncertainty avoidance, collectivism, long-term orientation, masculinity slightly causes an increase in paternalist leadership behaviours.
Key Words: Leadership, paternalism, school administration, culture, power distance, collectivism, uncertainty avoidance, masculinity, long-term orientation.