Men's Sex Role Attitudes as Related to Their Age, Marital Status, Occupation, And Education
The study has examined the men's sex rale attitudes. A sample of 73 men with age ranges from 14 to 65 years was taken. The sex rale attitudes were measured with Anila and Ansari's (1992) Sex Role Attitude Scale (SRAS). The effect of different demographic variables, such as, age, marital status, occupation, and education of the respondents were also studied. The only significant difference was found among the variable of education. Those with professional and higher education indicate more modern sex role attitudes as compared to the other group. The variables of age, marital status, and occupation did not show any significant differences. The results have been discussed in the context of prevailing social values of the Pakistani society.
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