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Sexism is pervasive in all human cultures and its negative consequences have been demonstrated. Faced with sexism, women developed coping strategies to maintain self-esteem. Among these strategies, confrontation consists in expressing one's dissatisfaction with discriminatory behaviour against the person responsible for this behaviour. This project's aim is to study sexist interactions in order to understand the processes influencing the choice of coping strategies adopted by women. Our research will mainly focus on two factors: the cognitive and motivational processes (cost / benefit) and the emotional processes that facilitate or prevent confrontation.
• F.R.S.-FNRS et Fonds associés (hors FRIA)