Sex, power, and resources: ecological and social correlates of sex differences
International Journal of Contemporary Sociology • Vol/Iss. 27 • Published In • Pages: 45-71 •
By Low, Bobbi S.
Polygyny will be related to women's ability to control resources (5)
In polygynous societies, the higher the degree of polygyny, the less women control the fruits of men's labor, but the more they control their own. Both were significant (p < .05).
|Spearman’s rank-order correlation||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN||?= -.28 (control of resources produced by men); ?= .27 (control of resources produced by women)||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Degree Of Polygyny||Independent||Polygamy|
|Women's Control Of Resources Produced By Women||Dependent||Ownership And Control Of Capital, Gender Roles And Issues|