Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster)

Paladino MP, Fasoli F, Zaniboni S, Vaes J, Volpato C (2011)
Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy.

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Paladino MP, Fasoli F, Zaniboni S, Vaes J, Volpato C. Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster). Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy.
Paladino, M. P., Fasoli, F., Zaniboni, S., Vaes, J., & Volpato, C. (2011). Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster). Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy
Paladino, M. P., Fasoli, F., Zaniboni, S., Vaes, J., and Volpato, C. (2011).“Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster)”. Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy.
Paladino, M.P., et al., 2011. Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster). Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy.
M.P. Paladino, et al., “Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster)”, Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy, 2011.
Paladino, M.P., Fasoli, F., Zaniboni, S., Vaes, J., Volpato, C.: Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster). Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy (2011).
Paladino, M.P., Fasoli, Fabio, Zaniboni, S., Vaes, J., and Volpato, C. “Why did italians not protest against prime minister Berlusconi’s sexism behavior (even when condemning it)? The role of ambivalent sexism, emotion and self-objectification in the pathway to action mobilization against sexism (Poster)”. Presented at the Social Perception Cognition and Language in honor of Arcuri, Padua, Italy, 2011.
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