By Levi Clancy for Student Reader on
- Social Analysis
- Adam Smith
- Dramatalurgical approach
- Economic Systems
- Five functional requisites of society
- Marxian Socialism
- Order and Freedom
- Political complexity
- Political economics
- Social Contract
- Social bathing
- Supply-side vs Demand-side economics
- Surplus value
Classical sexism states that women are either virginal or villainous.
Benevolent sexism has three major manifestations. It rewards women for conforming to gender roles. Benevolent sexism can be restrictive to women because it places them on a pedestal. When women fall off this pedestal, they are punished more severely than men.
Hostile sexism punishes women for not conforming to gender roles. An example is calling women manipulative and superficial.
Ambivalent sexism is a combination of both benevolent and hostile sexism.