Likely Electromagnetic Foundations of Gender Inequality

Cross-Cultural Research Vol/Iss. 57(2-3) Sage Journals Published In Pages: 239-263
By León, Federico R.


Higher UV radiation is associated with more gender inequality.


When models were tested, it was found that the model that best fit the data showed that UV radiation, the presence of the ACP1*B allele, pathogen prevalence, and cognitive performance all predicted the presence of gender inequality. For more details, see page 250.


Test NameSupportSignificanceCoefficientTail
Regression analysis, Mediation modelingSupport ClaimedUNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWN


Variable NameVariable Type OCM Term(s)
Gender InequalityDependentGender Roles And Issues, Gender Status
Pathogen PrevalenceDependent/IndependentMorbidity
UV radiationIndependentClimate
ACP1*B allele presenceDependent/IndependentGenetics
Cognitive performanceDependent/IndependentModification Of Behavior