masculine

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masculine

[′mas·kyə·lən]
(biology)
Having an appearance or qualities distinctive for a male.
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A femininity score (the mean of the respondent's feminine items) and a masculinity score (the mean of his/her masculine items) were determined for each respondent.
2 percent of the female respondents were classified as masculine (high masculine, low feminine; i.
One possible interpretation of this result is that women in accounting academia repress their feminine behavioral patterns and attitudes in favor of their masculine ones as a means of gaining promotion to higher ranks.
With regard to the sex-role groupings of male respondents, 44 percent reported high masculinity scores with 24 percent classed as masculine and 20 percent as androgynous, very similar to the results in the Bay et al.
2% associate) were identified as masculine than of males (27.
Masculine females indicated a much higher level of satisfaction with the nature of their work (46.
In fact, masculine female assistant professors had the highest level of satisfaction with the nature of their work than another other sex-role-gender-rank combination (47.
2) among all of the male rank-sex-role groups with masculine male full professors indicating the lowest satisfaction with work among all groups (including females) (31.
06) with masculine females reporting the lowest (34.