Evolutionary Psychological Science • Vol/Iss. 3(3) • Springer • • Published In • Pages: 193-200 •
Subsistence type and marriage type will affect the double standard with regard to extramarital sex; this relationship will differ between societies where arranged marriages are prevalent and societies where it is not (p.195)."
"In about 43% of the societies in the sample, women were punished more than men, while in about half of the societies the punishment was similar for both sexed. There were only two societies in the sample where punishment was more severe for men than it was for women. We can see also that in arranged marriage societies, the double standard favoring men was higher in frequency (p.197)." Additionally, "the odds ratio indicated that the arranged married societies were 7.1 times more likely to classify as 'Yes' than as 'No, equal restrictions on male and female,' as opposed to the rest of the societies (p.197)."
|Multinomial logistic regression||Partial||Subsistence Type not significant, Marriage Type p =0.005||Marriage Type: Chi-square=7.81||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Arranged Marriage||Control||Arranging A Marriage|
|Marriage Type||Independent||Arranging A Marriage, Mode Of Marriage, Regulation Of Marriage|
|Subsistence Type||Independent||Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Production And Supply|
|Extramarital relationship double standard||Dependent||Gender Status, Extramarital Sex Relations|