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Information on the support for parity act motivatjon provided by participants. When gender-fair language is new, it may face general resistance as it is unfamiliar to speakers and may be perceived as hampering the fluency of everyday speech.
Side effects of gender-fair language: There was a gender difference in the evaluation of the initiatives, as men rated the initiatives less favorably than women. In Austria, almost all universities and government institutions have their own guidelines for gender-fair language e. According to this initiative, including women in the election lists would signal genuine support for gender equality in a modern Poland.
Terrorism salience increases system justification: This indicates that support for the parity act was similar across genders and experimental conditions and the use of covariate was justified.
An examination of the conditional effects of the linguistic form using the Hayes macro revealed that the effect occurred only among the male participants: The effect of sexist attitudes and social structure on the use of sex-biased pronouns. Linguistik und Frauensprache [Linguistics and women’s language]. However, for the German language we referred to the related scale for which htpt translation was available for us.
Moreover, the positive effect of gender-fair language, especially of feminine forms referring to a group of women only, on evaluations of the initiative suggests that this usage has become so familiar to speakers of Austrian German that failing to use it decreased participants’ support for the initiative. The initiative supported affirmative action either for women or for students from countries affected by war.
Study 3 was conducted online and was advertised in Austrian forums and via email. Finally, participants were asked for demographical data and for their comments and were provided with information about the study 9.
Moreover, we asked their opinions on factors influencing the situation of women. Although we do not have direct evidence, participants made several comments in that direction. Ambassadors of gender equality? The motivatkon research used an indirect approach to examine socially motivated linguistic change and more specifically, changes in the use of gender-related forms.
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We offered participants the opportunity to take part in a lottery for five Euro vouchers. Second question whether the initiative was governed by genuine care for other people was omitted because we have included two additional similar questions examining for exploratory purposes judgments of fairness of the initiative see also Footnote 9.
The study was conducted shortly before the elections of regional authorities in Poland and immediately before the deadline for the parties to submit lists of candidates to the Election Committee in October The means and SD for all the three studies are presented in Table 2 and the results of the regression analysis are presented in Table 3. While this usage is well established in Austria, it is relatively novel in Poland. To test our assumptions, we conducted a regression analysis with evaluation of the social initiative as a dependent variable.
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To avoid associations with in-group interests and to stay clear of ongoing debates about quotas, the gender-related issue in Study 2 involved women professionals helping young female students. Opposition to gender-fair language may be particularly strong in a gender equality context, where both the topic of discussion and language use may suggest a feminist stance.
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For this purpose, we provided seven items from the Neosexism Scale Tougas et al. In addition, it examined the question of whether the goal of the initiative, a gender-related vs. The results in the first iteration showed that an initiative presented in gender-fair language was evaluated more positively than an initiative presented in the masculine. Women as men and people: Finally, participants were asked how strongly htt supported feminism.
This indicates that the use of masculine forms in referring to women appears odd when speakers are accustomed to gender-fair language, even if masculine generics were formerly common in the respective country.