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    Revista de Investigacion Psicologica

    Print version ISSN 2223-3032

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    JANOS URIBE, Erika  and  ESPINOSA PEZZIA, Agustín. Ambivalent sexism and its relationship with sexual violence myths acceptance in a sample of Lima. Revista de Psicologia [online]. 2018, n.19, pp. 61-74. ISSN 2223-3032.

    Abstract This research analyzes the relationship between ambivalent sexism and the sexual violence myths acceptance, as well as differences in sociodemographic variables in a sample of Lima (N = 304). The results indicate that benevolent sexism is the best predictor for acceptance of sexual violence myths. Additionally, men, older people and people with less education would be more likely to accept sexual violence myths.

    Keywords : Ambivalent sexism; sexual violence myths; gender roles; sexual violence; benevolent sexism..

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