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Quentin guillaume eric Baldaccini
Attitudes Towards Gender-Role, Gender Identification and Guilt Perception: A Cross-Cultural Study
Applied Social Psychology
(Master’s programme)
2018
Abstract

Gender roles are known part of gender stereotypes taking a big part in modern gender discrimination. This study is showing the implication of gender roles on guilt perception in cross cultural Context using conflicts case scenarios, and trying to use a new variable instead of perceived gender discrimination that can fit modern society contexts.

On a general note, Gender Roles appears to be consistent between gender, (Men agree more than women are less capable in some fields than women), Participants are more tolerant toward women, French participants have been found to be less agreeing with gender roles than the United-Kingdom‘s participants.

On a final note, this study put an emphasis on the importance of considering gender roles in field such as justice, education and law to prevent discrimination in the most efficient way.

Keywords: Gender-role, Gender, Guilt Perception, Identification, cross-cultural

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