大学生性别角色现状调查研究
A Survey Analysis on the Status Quo of Gender Role Development of Contemporary College Students

作者: 覃绍娇 :广西财经学院,广西 南宁; 张庆林 , 李 红 :西南大学,重庆;

关键词: 大学生性别角色调查研究College Students Gender Role Actuality Survey

摘要:
本文使用《大学生性别角色量表》为测量工具,统计问卷结果发现:双性化在男女被试群体中所占的比例均为最高,而单纯的男性化比例最低。男性男性化比例高于女性男性化的比例,同样女性女性化比例远高于男性女性化的比例,反映出社会文化与传统性别期待对当代大学生的重大影响,未分化学生群体占有较大比例应予以注意与警惕。

Abstract: According to the survey analysis on the status of gender role development of college students, this article uses t CSRI-50 for measuring tool. Androgyny proportion among male and female subjects is the highest, and purely masculinity proportion is the lowest. The masculinity proportion of the male college students is higher than that of the female college students, and the feminization proportion of the female college students is higher than that of the male college students, where the influence of traditional gender role is weakening but still existing. The fact that a large proportion of students are in undifferentiated group needs attention and vigilance.

文章引用: 覃绍娇 , 张庆林 , 李 红 (2015) 大学生性别角色现状调查研究。 心理学进展, 5, 843-851. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.512109

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