Female political participation: a cross-cultural explanation
American Anthropologist • Vol/Iss. 88 • Published In • Pages: 843-858 •
By Ross, Marc Howard
The presence of female controlled organizations and positions will be positively associated with socioeconomic complexity and negatively associated with external conflict and intercommunity marriage (843, 848).
Concentration of political power, female contribution to subsistence, internal conflict, fraternal interest group strength, socialization practices, male identity conflict, and region were also considered.
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|External Conflict||Independent||Instigation Of War|
|Female Controlled Positions||Dependent||Gender Status, Sodalities, Community Heads|
|Intercommunity Marriage||Independent||Regulation Of Marriage|