Are Religions Gender-Typed? The Perceived Femininity and Masculinity of Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Atheists
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Indiana University Bloomington
Sample size: 2789
Field period: 10/26/2017-04/18/2018
This study examines whether religions and the people in them are viewed as gender-typed.
This study seeks to examine whether religions and the people in them are viewed as more or less masculine or feminine and as having gender-typed traits.
Vignettes presenting people with varying characteristics (e.g., gender, religion, level of religiosity, style of religiosity).
Perceived femininity, perceived masculinity, and gender-typed traits.
Summary of Results
Religions and the people in them are viewed as gender-typed.