Abstract: The study investigated the effects of Sex Role Orientation on Sexist Ideologies. Using a sample of two hundred and sixteen participants, the Bemís Sex Role Inventory (BSRI) and the Ambivalent Sexism Inventory (ASI) were used and results indicated that Sex Role Orientation is a significant factor of sexist ideologies and a resultant gendered lives (X2 (7) = 186.05;p>.01). However, no significant difference in sexist ideologies was found among males and females owing to their Sex Role Orientations.
Ogunleye and J. Adedeji , 2006. Environment and Behaviour: Implications of the Environment on Gendered Lives in Nigeria. The Social Sciences, 1: 223-225.