Mean responses to 5 gender-role questionnaire measures.
A data frame with 411 observations on the following 7 variables.
Unique subject identification number
Score on a measure of chivalry, the belief that men should protect and provide for women.
Score on a measure of the belief that women are more “morally virtuous” (less inclined to vice) than men are.
Score on a measure of the belief that women are more “sexually virtuous” (less inclined to lust) than men are.
Score on the Attitudes toward Women Scale, in which high scores indicate more traditional gender roles and low scores indicate more progressive gender roles.
Score on a measure of the belief that women are less competent and suited to positions of authority than men are.
a factor with levels
All responses were made on a 1-7 scale with 1 = strongly disagree and 7 = strongly agree.
Altermatt, T. W. (2001). Chivalry: The relation between a cultural script and stereotypes about women. (Doctoral Dissertation). Available online at http://vault.hanover.edu/~altermattw/research/assets/AltermattDissertation.pdf