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  1. Low levels of women's property control will be associated with men's displays of manliness (93).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  2. Complex societies will be positively associated with an ideology of women's inferiority (101).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  3. Societal complexity is negatively associated with men's displays of manliness (93).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  4. Patrilocal residence will be positively associated with institutionalized deference for women (99).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  5. Control of property by women will be negatively associated with dominance of wives (101).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  6. Close father-child relationships will be negatively associated with dominance of wives (101).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  7. Control of property by women is negatively associated with institutionalized deference for women (99).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  8. Close father-child relationships will be negatively associated with an ideology of women's inferiority (101).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  9. Close father-child relationships will be negatively associated with institutionalized deference for women (99).Coltrane, Scott - The micropolitics of gender in nonindustrial societies, 1992 - 2 Variables

    This article presents an analysis of predictors of displays of manliness, women's inferiority, deference to men, and dominance of wives.

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  10. In a multiple regression, paternal nurturance will predict female public role in decision making and access to shared positions of authority (1084).Coltrane, Scott - Father-child relationships and the status of women: a cross-cultural study, 1988 - 5 Variables

    This study examines several predictors of female status in public decision making. The author hypothesizes that paternal nurturance will be positively associated with female status. Although results suggest that a male dominated social structure is the strongest predictor, paternal nurturance also significantly contributes to variance in female status.

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