The Interpersonal Costs and Rewards of Confronting Sexism

Akhtar, Muna.


  • Abstract: The present studies sought to examine the contexts that increase women's willingness to confront instances of sexism. In particular, I sought to understand how a bystander's reaction to a confrontation may affect the confronter's feelings of isolation and intention to confront sexism in the future. Results show that when bystanders reward women for confronting sexism, confronters report ... read more
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