Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex

Diehl C, Rees J, Bohner G (2018)
Violence Against Women 24(2): 123-143.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Short-term mating orientation (STMO) and hostile sexism (HS) selectively predict different types of sexual harassment (Diehl, Rees, & Bohner, 2012, *Aggressive Behavior*). In a priming experiment, we studied the situational malleability of those effects. Male participants could repeatedly send sexist jokes (gender harassment), harassing remarks (unwanted sexual attention), or nonharassing messages to a (computer-simulated) female target. Before entering the laboratory, participants were unobtrusively primed with the concepts of either sexuality or power. As hypothesized, sexuality priming strengthened the link between STMO and unwanted sexual attention, whereas power priming strengthened the link between HS and gender harassment. Practical implications are discussed.
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Zeitschriftentitel
Violence Against Women
Band
24
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
123-143
ISSN
1077-8012
eISSN
1552-8448
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2908203

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Diehl C, Rees J, Bohner G. Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex. Violence Against Women. 2018;24(2):123-143.
Diehl, C., Rees, J., & Bohner, G. (2018). Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex. Violence Against Women, 24(2), 123-143. doi:10.1177/1077801216678092
Diehl, C., Rees, J., and Bohner, G. (2018). Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex. Violence Against Women 24, 123-143.
Diehl, C., Rees, J., & Bohner, G., 2018. Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex. Violence Against Women, 24(2), p 123-143.
C. Diehl, J. Rees, and G. Bohner, “Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex”, Violence Against Women, vol. 24, 2018, pp. 123-143.
Diehl, C., Rees, J., Bohner, G.: Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex. Violence Against Women. 24, 123-143 (2018).
Diehl, Charlotte, Rees, Jonas, and Bohner, Gerd. “Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex”. Violence Against Women 24.2 (2018): 123-143.

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