Dataset of Attitude towards Anti-Sexual Harassment

Published: 29-04-2020| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/3c72y8p2tp.3
Contributor:
Juneman Abraham

Description

Dataset of Indonesia’s Gen Z This dataset becomes the basis of a psychological model contains predictive relationships between eight variables. The eight variables are (I) four predictors/independent variables, i.e. (1) Peer influence/PR, (2) Power distance-at the individual level/PD, (3) Masculinity-at the individual level/MS, (4) Sexual harassment knowledge/SK; (II) three mediators, i.e. (1) Moral disengagement/MD, (2) Belief on myths of sexual harassment/MY, (3) Identification with patriarchal culture/PT; and (III) one criterion/dependent variable, i.e. Attitude towards anti-sexual harassment/ASH. Province_Origins 1 = Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Sumatera Island, Indonesia 2 = East Java, Java Island, Indonesia Sex 1 = Male 2 = Female ASH = Attitude towards anti-sexual harassment Response options: from “Does not describe me very well” (scored 1) to “Describes me very well” (scored 6). PR = Peer influence Response options: from “Strongly disagree” (scored 1) to “Strongly agree” (scored 6). PD = Power distance-at the individual level Response options: from “Strongly disagree” (scored 1) to “Strongly agree” (scored 6). MS = Masculinity-at the individual level Response options: from “Strongly disagree” (scored 1) to “Strongly agree” (scored 6). SK = Sexual harassment knowledge Response options: “True” (scored 1) or “False” (scored 0). MD = Moral disengagement Response options: from “Strongly disagree” (scored 1) to “Strongly agree” (scored 6). MY = Belief on myths of sexual harassment Response options: from “Strongly disagree” (scored 1) to “Strongly agree” (scored 6). PT = Identification with patriarchal culture Response options: from “Strongly disagree” (scored 1) to “Strongly agree” (scored 6).

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