Gender Expectations and Why They're Holding You Back

  • Dee Sohi

Eagly and Mladinic (1989) divide gender attributes as follows. Men are competent, assertive, independent, masterful, and achievement-orientated, while women are generally thought to be communal: friendly, warm, unselfish, sociable, interdependent, emotionally expressive and relationship-orientated. Men are perceived as inferior in communal qualities.

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