Culture, benevolent and hostile sexism, and entrepreneurial intentions
作者: Yvonne StedhamAlice Wieland
作者单位: 1Department of Managerial Sciences, University of Nevada Reno , Reno, Nevada, USA
刊名: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2017, Vol.23 (4), pp.673-687
来源数据库: Emerald Journal
DOI: 10.1108/IJEBR-03-2016-0095
关键词: MasculinityCultureEntrepreneurial intentionsBenevolent sexismHostile sexismSocial construction of genderAmbivalent Sexism Scale
原始语种摘要: Purpose(#br)In this study, the authors relate cultural masculinity to individual level sexist beliefs (hostile and benevolent sexism) and gendered entrepreneurial stereotypes. The purpose of this paper is to explore whether hostile and benevolent sexism affect entrepreneurial intentions and whether this relationship is mediated by gendered entrepreneurial stereotypes. (#br)Design/methodology/approach(#br)The proposed relationships are explored using a sample of 192 participants from the USA and India with varying interest in starting a business. An online survey instrument was used to collect the data. Regression and mediation analyses were used to analyze the data. (#br)Findings(#br)The authors find that both hostile and benevolent sexism are positively related to entrepreneurial...
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