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Self-Sustaining Prophecies

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY323H1
Professor
Alison Luby

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PSY323 03 04
Self-Sustaining Prophecies
1.Self-Stereotyping
2.Stereotype Confirmation
3.Stereotype Conformity
4.Cultural Norms of Stereotype Legitimacy
Self-stereotyping
Self-selection looking at stats can, changes in occupation
Womens labour force participation is increasing getting into the labour force more
over time
Distributions of men and women in each job matches stereotypes of
communal/agentic
More women with postsecondary education over time
Women take stereotypical majors selecting them for themselves
Choosing majors and jobs that are in line with stereotypes
Vicious cycle we try to do appropriate jobs for our gender
Women are underrepresented in high-status occupations, not because they are forced
out, but because they do not choose them
Therefore women have less power, the stereotype that women have less power 
women choose less powerful roles, and so on
Stereotype Confirmation
Perceptual and behavioural the way you see people and the behaviours you elicit
from others
We organize information in line with our stereotypes
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PSY323 03 04 Self-Sustaining Prophecies 1. Self-Stereotyping 2. Stereotype Confirmation 3. Stereotype Conformity 4. Cultural Norms of Stereotype Legitimacy Self-stereotyping Self-selection looking at stats can, changes in occupation Womens labour force participation is increasing getting into the labour force more over time Distributions of men and women in each job matches stereotypes of communalagentic More women with postsecondary education over time Women take stereotypical majors selecting them for themselves Choosing majors and jo
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