Attitudes towards feminist identity in particular

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Budgeon, Shelley. (2001). Emergent Feminist(?) Identities: Young Women and the Practice of Micropolitics. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 8(1), February

Bullock, Heather E., and Julian L. Fernald. (2003). “Feminism Lite?” Feminist Identification, Speaker Appearance, and Perceptions of Feminist and Antifeminist Messengers. Psychology of Women Quarterly, Volume 27 Issue 4, December.

Cowan, Gloria. (1992). Predictors of Feminist Self-Labeling. Sex Roles, 27: 7/8, October.

Downing, N.E., and K.L. Roush. (1985). From passive acceptance to active commitment: A model of feminist identity development for women. The Counseling Pschologist 13(4): 695709.

Duncan, L. E. (2010). Women’s relationship to feminism: effects of generation and feminist self-labeling. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34(4), 498-507.

Enns, C. Z., & Fischer, A. R. (2012). On the complexity of multiple feminist identities. The Counseling Psychologist, 40(8), 1149-1163.

Fisher, A.R., and G.E. Good. (2004). Women’s feminist consciousness, anger, and psychological distress. Journal of Counseling Psychology 51(4): 437446.

Yakushko, O. (2007). Do feminist women feel better about their lives? Examining patterns of feminist identity development and women’s subjective wellbeing. Sex Roles 57(3): 223234.

Fitz, C. C., Zucker, A. N., & Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2012). Not All Nonlabelers Are Created Equal: Distinguishing Between Quasi-Feminists and Neoliberals. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 36(3), 274-285.

Gefter, J. R., Bankoff, S. M., Valentine, S. E., Rood, B. A., & Pantalone, D. W. (2013). Feminist Beliefs Associated with Young Women’s Recovery from Male-Perpetrated Abuse. Women & Therapy, 36(3-4), 332-355.

Gerstman, E. A., and D. A. Kramer. (1997). Feminist identity development: Psychometric analyses of two feminist identity scales. Sex Roles, 36, 327–348.

Liss, Miriam, Christy O’Connor, Elena Morosky, and Mary Crawford. (2001). What Makes a Feminist? Predictors and Correlates of Feminist Social Identity in College Women. Psychology of Women Quarterly, Volume 25 Issue 2, June.

McCabe, Janice. (2005). What’s in a Label? The Relationship between Feminist Self-Identification and “Feminist” Attitudes among U. S. Women and Men. Gender & Society, August, Volume 19.

Meagher, G., and S. Wilson. (2006). After Howard’s Decade, Is Australia More Conservative? Australian Review of Public Affairs, February 23, online. .

Michelle Ceynar, R., and L. H. Shelly. (2001). Self-presentation of beliefs about gender discrimination and feminism. Sex Roles, 44(11/12): 647.

Myaskovsky, Larissa, and Michele Andrisin Wittig. (1997). Predictors of feminist social identity among college women. Sex Roles, December, Vol. 37, Iss. 11/12.

Rich, Emma. (2005). Young women, feminist identities and neo-liberalism. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 495-508.

Roy, R. E., K. S. Weibust, and C. T. Miller (2007). Effects of stereotypes about feminists on feminist self-identification. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 31(2): 146-156.

Swirsky, J.M., and D.J.  Angelone. (2014). Femi-Nazis and Bra Burning Crazies: A Qualitative Evaluation of Contemporary Beliefs about Feminism. Current Psychology, 1-17.

Thoms, V. (2006). Reading Human Sex: The Challenges of a Feminist Identity through Time and Space. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 13(4): 357-371.

Toller, P. W., E. A. Suter, and T. C. Trautman. (2004). Gender Role Identity and Attitudes Toward Feminism. Sex Roles, 51(1/2): 85.

Williams, R., and M. A. Wittig. (1997). “ I’m Not a Feminist, but. “: Factors Contributing to the Discrepancy between Pro-Feminist Orientation and Feminist Social Identity. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 37(11-12).

Yoder, Janice D., Ann Tobias, and Andrea F. Snell. (2011). When declaring “I am a feminist” matters: Labeling is linked to activism. Sex Roles, 64(1-2): 9-18.

Zucker, A. N., and L. Y. Bay-Cheng. (2010). Minding the Gap Between Feminist Identity and Attitudes: The Behavioral and Ideological Divide Between Feminists and Non-Labelers. Journal of Personality, 78(6), 1895-1924.