Psychometric Properties and Correlates of Precarious Manhood Beliefs in 62 Nations

Bosson, Jennifer K. and Jurek, Paweł and Vandello, Joseph A. and Kosakowska-Berezecka, Natasza and Olech, Michał and Besta, Tomasz and Bender, Michael and Hoorens, Vera and Becker, Maja and Timur Sevincer, A. and Best, Deborah L. and Safdar, Saba and Włodarczyk, Anna and Zawisza, Magdalena and Żadkowska, Magdalena and Abuhamdeh, Sami and Badu Agyemang, Collins and Akbaş, Gülçin and Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan and Ammirati, Soline and Anderson, Joel and Anjum, Gulnaz and Ariyanto, Amarina and Jamir Benzon R. Aruta, John and Ashraf, Mujeeba and Bakaitytė, Aistė and Bertolli, Chiara and Bërxulli, Dashamir and Bi, Chongzeng and Block, Katharina and Boehnke, Mandy and Bongiorno, Renata and Bosak, Janine and Casini, Annalisa and Chen, Qingwei and Chi, Peilian and Cubela Adoric, Vera and Daalmans, Serena and Dandy, Justine and Lemus, Soledad De and Dhakal, Sandesh and Dvorianchikov, Nikolay and Egami, Sonoko and Etchezahar, Edgardo and Sofia Esteves, Carla and Felix, Neto and Froehlich, Laura and Garcia-Sanchez, Efrain and Gavreliuc, Alin and Gavreliuc, Dana and Gomez, Ángel and Guizzo, Francesca and Graf, Sylvie and Greijdanus, Hedy and Grigoryan, Ani and Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Joanna and Guerch, Keltouma and Gustafsson Sendén, Marie and Hale, Miriam-Linnea and Hämer, Hannah and Hirai, Mika and Hoang Duc, Lam and Hřebíčková, Martina and Hutchings, Paul B. and Høj Jensen, Dorthe and Jasinskaja-Lahti, Inga and Karabati, Serdar and Kelmendi, Kaltrina and Kengyel, Gabriella and Khachatryan, Narine and Ghazzawi, Rawan and Kinahan, Mary and Kirby, Teri A. and Kovács, Monika and Kozlowski, Desiree and Krivoshchekov, Vladislav and Kulich, Clara and Kurosawa, Tai and Thi Lac An, Nhan and Labarthe, Javier and Latu, Ioana and Anne Lauri, Mary and Mankowski, Eric and Musbau Lawal, Abiodun and Li, Junyi and Lindner, Jana and Lindqvist, Anna and Maitner, Angela T. and Makarova, Elena and Makashvili, Ana and Malayeri, Shera and Malik, Sadia and Mancini, Tiziana and Manzi, Claudia and Mari, Silvia and Martiny, Sarah E. and Mayer, Claude-Hélène and Mihić, Vladimir and Milošević Đorđević, Jasna and Moreno-Bella, Eva and Moscatelli, Silvia and Bryan Moynihan, Andrew and Muller, Dominique and Narhetali, Erita and Neto, Félix and Noels, Kimberly A. and Nyúl, Boglárka and O'Connor, Emma C. and Ochoa, Danielle P. and Ohno, Sachiko and Olanrewaju Adebayo, Sulaiman and Osborne, Randall and Giuseppina Pacilli, Maria and Palacio, Jorge and Patnaik, Snigdha and Pavlopoulos, Vassilis and Pérez De León, Pablo and Piterová, Ivana and Barreiros Porto, Juliana and Puzio, Angelica and Pyrkosz-Pacyna, Joanna and Rentería Pérez, Erico and Renström, Emma and Rousseaux, Tiphaine and Ryan, Michelle K. and Sainz, Mario and Salvati, Marco and Samekin, Adil and Schindler, Simon and Seydi, Masoumeh and Shepherd, Debra and Sherbaji, Sara and Schmader, Toni and Simão, Cláudia and Sobhie, Rosita and Souza, Lucille De and Sarter, Emma and Sulejmanović, Dijana and Sullivan, Katie E. and Tatsumi, Mariko and Tavitian-Elmadjian, Lucy and Jain Thakur, Suparna and Thi Mong Chi, Quang and Torre, Beatriz and Torres, Ana and Torres, Claudio V. and Türkoğlu, Beril and Ungaretti, Joaquín and Valshtein, Timothy and Van Laar, Colette and Van Der Noll, Jolanda and Vasiutynskyi, Vadym and Vauclair, Christin-Melanie and Venäläinen, Satu and Vohra, Neharika and Walentynowicz, Marta and Ward, Colleen and Yang, Yaping and Yzerbyt, Vincent and Zanello, Valeska and Ludmila Zapata-Calvente, Antonella. (2021) Psychometric Properties and Correlates of Precarious Manhood Beliefs in 62 Nations. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 52 (3). pp. 231-258.

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Precarious manhood beliefs portray manhood, relative to womanhood, as a social status that is hard to earn, easy to lose, and proven via public action. Here, we present cross-cultural data on a brief measure of precarious manhood beliefs (the Precarious Manhood Beliefs scale [PMB]) that covaries meaningfully with other cross-culturally validated gender ideologies and with country-level indices of gender equality and human development. Using data from university samples in 62 countries across 13 world regions (N = 33,417), we demonstrate: (1) the psychometric isomorphism of the PMB (i.e., its comparability in meaning and statistical properties across the individual and country levels); (2) the PMB's distinctness from, and associations with, ambivalent sexism and ambivalence toward men; and (3) associations of the PMB with nation-level gender equality and human development. Findings are discussed in terms of their statistical and theoretical implications for understanding widely-held beliefs about the precariousness of the male gender role.
Faculties and Departments:08 Cross-disciplinary Subjects > Institut für Bildungswissenschaften > Fachbereich Pädagogik > Bildungswissenschaften (Makarova)
UniBasel Contributors:Makarova, Elena and Lindner, Jana
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
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