Boston Globe op ed piece co-authored with Amy Cuddy on how subtyping women “divides and conquers” (with implications for reactions to the Harvey Weinstein scandal
Did Trump win the election due to sexism? This Vox article applies ambivalent sexism theory to understanding the election outcome.
This New York Magazine article uses ambivalent sexism theory to explain why close contact between men and women does not necessarily reduce sexism, with special emphasis on the 2016 presidential election.
A Washington Post article quotes Dr. Glick’s interpretation about why a Pew poll found that half of U.S. men think sexism no longer exists.
Ambivalent sexism featured in PBS newshour article on how hidden sexism may sway the 2016 Presidential election.
Read New York Times article (The Feminine Critique)on barriers to women’s leadership that cites Dr. Glick’s research.
This article at quartz.com applies the warmth-competence model and gender research by Dr. Glick and others to attitudes toward Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Fox News correspondent Jonathon Hunt interviews Dr. Glick on whether chivalry at workis sexist. On a related note, read the FoxNews.com article Subtle Sexism Common at Work
Listen to the Chivalry Debate on Q syndicated radio show with opponent Emily Eshafani Smith (author of article in The Atlantic “Let’s Give Chivalry Another Chance”).
See the Huffington Post article on men’s failure to recognize benevolent sexism as sexist.
Read Forbes article on benevolent sexism and how it harms working women (with good examples of benevolent sexism at work).