Status and Gender: The Paradox of Progress in an Age of Narcissism View Full Text


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DATE

2009-09

AUTHORS

Jean M. Twenge

ABSTRACT

As women have gained status in Western cultures in the last few decades, they have increasingly endorsed stereotypically masculine instrumental/assertive traits. However, men have also endorsed these traits at a higher frequency and show only a weak trend toward embracing more stereotypically feminine expressive/communal traits. Overall, Western cultures have moved toward valuing instrumental/assertive traits and devaluing expressive/communal traits. The paradox of progress is that women’s status has increased at the same time that the expressive/communal traits traditionally ascribed to them have become devalued. Groups aiming to empower girls and women should consider scaling back the emphasis on instrumental/assertive traits and teaching both genders the value of expressive/communal traits. More... »

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338-340

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Sex Roles

ISSUE

5-6

VOLUME

61

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11199-009-9617-5

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