Abstract The concept of Subtle Sexism was introduced in the 1990ies when overt sexism was found to be on the decline. Subtle sexism was defined rather vaguely as harmful treatment of women that goes unnoticed because it is conceived as normal behavior. The Modern Sexism Scale was devised to measure this kind of sexism but the validation did not include such behavior. Neither has the scale’s ability to measure sexism defined as subtle or covert
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Abstract For two decades, unconscious bias theory depended both conceptually and empirically on the Implicit Association Test (IAT). During the last 3-4 years it has, however, become increasingly clear that the IAT does not assess unconscious beliefs or attitudes, and does not predict discriminatory behavior better than self-reported attitudes and beliefs. Reliance is now increasingly on the theory that underlies the IAT, the 2-system theory of the mind, System 1 being the automatic and fast
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Abstract: During the last two decades gender equality has come to be seen increasingly as equality of outcome. Anne Phillips argued in 2004 that inequality of outcome is invariably a result of inequality of opportunity, and this position seems to have been so widely accepted that skewed gender statistics are now generally interpreted as manifestations of gender inequality. In the present paper I show that Phillips ignored the time aspect of change, and I present
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Henrik Dahl og Morten Messerschmidt sendte i Berlingske en bredside mod danske universiteter for at lade antividenskab vinde indpas på humaniora og samfundsvidenskab (Dahl and Messerschmidt, 2021). Rune Selsing fulgte op med en ”lavpraktisk” kommentar til en enkelt publikation, hvor han skriver, at feministisk aktivisme naturligvis ikke er forskning og at feministerne selv indrømmer det (Selsing, 2021). Svarene har som vanligt gået på, at universiteterne har deres forskningsfrihed, som politikerne ikke skal pille ved (University
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Af: professor, dr.phil. i historie Hans Bonde og ph.d. i epidemiologi Torsten Skov Den 4/11 kritiserede vi i Djøf-bladet Djøf-ledelsen for at udbrede myten om ubevidst bias mod kvinder og myten om, at kvindelige ledere er godt for virksomhedernes bundlinje. Vi spurgte, hvor længe mandlige Djøf-ledere ville finde sig i at blive udskammet som diskriminerende og uproduktive. Kritikken blev afvist af Djøf’s formand Henning Thiesen under overskriften ”Ubevidste fordomme er en barriere for kvinder”. Thiesen
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