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Masculinity, Femininity, and American Political Behavior$

Monika L McDermott

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780190462802

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190462802.001.0001

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(p.193) Appendix 5A

(p.193) Appendix 5A

Source:
Masculinity, Femininity, and American Political Behavior
Author(s):

Monika L. McDermott

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Oxford University Press

(p.193) Appendix 5A

Table 5A.1. Interactive Effects of Gendered Categories and Indices on Political Engagement

Variables

Political Engagement

Androgynous

−0.52 (0.57)

Androgynous* Masculinity

−0.02 (0.02)

Androgynous* Femininity

0.04 (0.10)

Undiferentiated

0.35 (1.54)

Undiferentiated* Masculinity

−0.16 (0.25)

Undiferentiated* Femininity

0.08 (0.22)

Masculinity

0.41* (0.12)

Femininity

0.01 (0.11)

Woman

−1.11* (0.20)

Education

0.45* (0.05)

Employed full-time

0.09 (0.15)

White

0.32* (0.15)

Age

0.03* (0.00)

Married

0.43* (0.14)

Ideologue

0.70* (0.09)

Talk to parents

0.63* (0.15)

Gender role attitudes

−0.11 (0.08)

Gender role attitudes* Woman

0.09 (0.11)

Woman Senator

−0.13 (0.21)

Woman Senator* Woman

0.00 (0.28)

N

752

Pseudo R-square

0.41

(*) p ≤ 0.05 (two-tailed); Entries are ordinal logistic regression coefficients; standard errors are in parentheses.

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Table 5A.2. Interactive Androgyny Effects on Political Engagement

Variables

Political Engagement

Masculinity*Femininity

0.05 (0.06)

Masculinity

0.05 (0.34)

Femininity

−0.30 (0.30)

Woman

−1.11 (0.20)

Education

0.45 (0.05)

Employed full-time

0.10 (0.15)

White

0.33 (0.15)

Age

0.03 (0.00)

Married

0.42 (0.14)

Ideologue

0.70 (0.09)

Talk to parents

0.63 (0.15)

Gender role attitudes

−0.10 (0.08)

Gender role attitudes* Woman

0.10 (0.11)

Woman Senator

−0.09 (0.20)

Woman Senator* Woman

−0.03 (0.28)

N

752

Pseudo R-square

0.41

(*) p ≤ 0.05 (two-tailed); Entries are ordinal logistic regression coefficients; standard errors are in parentheses.

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