A description of double standard effects on different situations men and women are into
Girls who have intercourse within serially monogamous relationships may thus damage their reputations even while they believe that they are abiding by current norms of appropriate sexual conduct. Previous ethnographic and interview research suggests that girls are the arbiters of female sexual conduct Coleman ; Eder et al.
Colemanin his seminal work Adolescent Society, found that social class background, athletics, physical attractiveness, and material possessions e.
Women tend to allow their emotions to influence their managerial behavior more than men.
Our results thus support the existence of an adolescent sexual double standard and suggest that sexual norms vary by both gender and socioeconomic origins. The small scale and relatively homogenous samples of most qualitative studies limit their generalizability and ability to make statistical comparisons.
The authors speculated that the increase in female sexual insulting of other girls during adolescence might result from an increasing awareness of sexual double standards, jealousy, or the lack of alternative discourses regarding adolescent female sexuality.
Bias: A tendency, trend, inclination, feeling, or opinion, especially one that is preconceived or unreasoned. If not, the culture is threatened by her philanthropy, and punishes her by ruining her reputation and taking away her status. Similarly, more recent survey research suggests that respondents perceive women to be judged significantly more harshly than men for having higher numbers of sex partners Milhausen and Herold ; Sheeran et al. Incoming friendship nominations thus provide a measure of peer status for each individual in the network. To reconcile these null results with pervasive beliefs in the double standard and results from earlier attitudinal studies and ethnographic research, Marks and Fraley suggested that the double standard is a cultural fiction reified by individuals who selectively attend to confirming evidence presented to them in the media or in conversations, but not personally endorsed by them. The negative forms of bias and double standards are easier to spot. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95 2 , These inequalities arguably exist because it's common for people to judge mens' and women's behavior by different standards. Take note of what makes you uncomfortable, and take a wider view of the situation. The authors speculated that the increase in female sexual insulting of other girls during adolescence might result from an increasing awareness of sexual double standards, jealousy, or the lack of alternative discourses regarding adolescent female sexuality. A double standard can therefore be described as a biased or morally unfair application of that maxim. A study conducted by Ashleigh Rosette and Leigh Tost, researchers at Duke University, studied bias in a different way.
School-based ethnographies and individual case studies address this issue by focusing on the expression and consequences of gendered sexual attitudes in specific social contexts.
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