Masculine Honor Beliefs Scale

Published on Jul 11, 2016
· DOI :10.1037/T51199-000
Donald A. Saucier20
Estimated H-index: 20
Donald A. Saucier1
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+ 5 AuthorsMason D. Burns5
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#2Megan L. Strain (UNK: University of Nebraska at Kearney)H-Index: 8
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Abstract. Masculine honor consists of stereotypic beliefs about male behavior, including the belief that men’s aggression is appropriate, justifiable, and necessary in response to provocation, especially provocation that insults or threatens one’s manhood, family, or romantic partner. We conducted two studies examining the relationships between stereotypic masculine honor beliefs and perceptions of rape. Masculine honor beliefs generally were associated with both negative attitudes toward rape a...
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