Online version of the Sexist Attitudes Toward Women Scale (SATWS), a measure of attitudes held by individuals in terms of viewing women as relatively inferior to men. This scale aims to capture 7 components: genetic inferiority, greater rights earned by men, support for sex discrimination, traditional gender roles, lack of support of women's liberation movements, use of labels and stereotypes, and evaluation of women based on physical attractiveness.
Authors: P. L. Benson, S. Vincent (1980)
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- P. L. Benson, S. Vincent. Development and validation of Sexist Attitudes Toward Women Scale (SATWS) // Psychology of Women Quarterly, 1980. 5(2)