The relationship between sexism and the perception of sexual harassment in the Lithuanian sample

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Monika Čeponytė; Kristina Žardeckaitė-Matulaitienė;
  • Publisher: Vilnius University Press
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.15388/Im.2017.80.11672
  • Subject: Gender differences. | Lyčių skirtumai | P87-96 | Communication. Mass media | Sexual harassment | Seksizmas | Seksualinis priekabiavimas | Sexism | Perception of sexual harassment | Sexist attitudes | 159.9 Psichologija / Psychology

Lietuvoje trūksta duomenų apie seksualinio priekabiavimo suvokimą bei su juo susijusius veiksnius, todėl tyrimo tikslas – įvertinti lietuvių vyrų ir moterų seksistinių nuostatų raišką bei reikšmę seksualinio priekabiavimo atpažinimui. Tyrime dalyvavo 345 (98 vyrai ir 24... View more
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