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An Exploratory Study on Gender Conflict Perception in Korea: Focused on Moderating Effect of Gender

Yunkyu Ryoo 1 Youngmi Kim 2

1서울신학대학교
2동서대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study explores the factors influencing gender conflict perception in Korea, where amplifying gender conflict has been experienced recently. The results of this study are as follows. First, the factors of gender conflict perception are gender inequality perception, experiences of sexual discrimination, conservative ideology, and young generation of twenties. Secondly, gender is a moderator of gender inequality perception and experiences of sexual discrimination. Women perceive more gender conflict as they perceive more gender inequality or experiences more sexism. On the other hand, men perceive more gender conflict as they are in 20s while gender conflict perception and sexual discrimination experiences are not statistically significant. The implication of this study is to empirically reveal the factors of gender conflict perception are gender conflict perception and sexual discrimination experiences and to suggest the strategies to settle the gender conflict being differed by gender.

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