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Gender Differences in Attitudes on Gender Equality

Rodové rozdiely v postojoch k rodovej nerovnosti

Ľuba Habodászová

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Rok, strany / Year, pages: 2010, 603-618

Jazyk / Language: \/slo

Publikované / Published: 0000-00-00

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Gender Differences in Attitudes on Gender Equality. The study analyzes attitudes on gender equality within a family in Slovakia. Specifically, binomial and ordered probit estimation is used to identify demographical characteristics that influence the likelihood of selecting a specific answer to an attitudinal question. In addition, marginal effects on statistically significant variables are reported in order to demonstrate the impact of these variables. The results show that differences in opinions on gender related issues between men and women are present on majority of questions analyzed, supporting views of the presence of traditional role division within a family. In addition to gender, education is another strong predictor of attitudes on gender roles to some extent offsetting gender differences. The presence of traditional views on gender roles may represent an obstacle to the enforcement of anti-discrimination legislation. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 6: 603-618)

Gender Differences in Attitudes on Gender Equality. The study analyzes attitudes on gender equality within a family in Slovakia. Specifically, binomial and ordered probit estimation is used to identify demographical characteristics that influence the likelihood of selecting a specific answer to an attitudinal question. In addition, marginal effects on statistically significant variables are reported in order to demonstrate the impact of these variables. The results show that differences in opinions on gender related issues between men and women are present on majority of questions analyzed, supporting views of the presence of traditional role division within a family. In addition to gender, education is another strong predictor of attitudes on gender roles to some extent offsetting gender differences. The presence of traditional views on gender roles may represent an obstacle to the enforcement of anti-discrimination legislation. Sociológia 2010, Vol. 42 (No. 6: 603-618)

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gender equality; labour market discrimination

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