Fifty Shades of Grey readers ‘more expected to be sexist’
May 10, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Researchers recruited 747 women aged between 18 and 24 and asked them a array of questions relating to how most they had review and enjoyed a series.
One charge concerned a subjects identifying which of 23 given adjectives they would use to report a books, from ‘romantic’ to ‘degrading’. Around 40pc of a participants had review some of a books, while 60pc had never read any.
The women were afterwards asked to finish the Ambivalent Sexism Inventory Scale, a exam in that participants rate a array of statements about gender equality. Rather than merely find out if a chairman is sexist, however, a scale refers to dual graphic types: ‘hostile’ or ‘benevolent’ sexism.
An instance of a matter relating to the former competence be “Women elaborate problems they have during work”, while a latter is characterised by, “Many women have a peculiarity of virginity that few group possess.”