Making men of them: male socialization for warfare and combative sports
World Cultures • Vol/Iss. 12 • Published In • Pages: 2-17 •
By Chick, Garry, Loy, John W.
Hypermasculine behaviors will be positively associated with indicators of masculinist ideology
See p. 11 for correlations; correlations were made for hypermasculine behavior variables of resort to force, interpersonal violence, homicide, assault, frequency of warfare, individual combative sports, and number of sham combats and masculinist ideology variables of valued - strong, potent males, value of war, violence solves, and acceptability of violence. About half of the correlations were significant.
|Spearman’s rank-order correlation||Partially supported||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Hypermasculine Behaviors||Association||Ingroup Antagonisms, Instigation Of War|
|Masculinist Ideology, Indicators Of||Association||Ethics, Transmission Of Cultural Norms, Gender Roles And Issues|