El sexismo como constructo en psicología: una revisión de teorías e instrumentos

Miguel Ángel López-Sáez, Dau García-Dauder, Ignacio Montero

Resumen

En el artículo se revisan las contribuciones más relevantes sobre el constructo de sexis-mo. En particular, se analizan las teorías de Masculinidad y Feminidad y los diferentes modelos contemporáneos que han recibido mayor atención en la literatura psicológica española. Además, se discuten los instrumentos generados a raíz de sus correspondientes teorías y se realiza un análisis crítico de los más utilizados. Finalmente se hace una refle-xión sobre los rumbos actuales del constructo de sexismo.

Palabras clave

Sexismo; Masculinidad; Feminidad; Escalas

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