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Some used avoidance (withdrawing from the game), denial (pretending the harassment did not happen) and even “gender-bending,” or pretending to be a male player.
The implications of the findings extend to both women and the organizations involved.“Our results indicate that video game companies should be concerned with players’ perceptions of organizational response to sexual harassment, as this predicted women’s withdrawal from games,” said Fox.“For women, our findings suggest that there are a variety of ways to deal with harassment, but the implications of these coping strategies should be noted,” Fox continued.
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That bit of validation comes courtesy Michael Kasumovic and Jeffrey Kuznekoff, researchers at the University of New South Wales and Miami University, respectively.
For their latest study, published in the journal PLOS One last week, the duo watched how men treated women during 163 plays of the video game Halo 3.
(It’s also in keeping with the evolutionary framework on anti-lady hostility, which suggests sexism is a kind of Neanderthal defense mechanism for low-status, non-dominant men trying to maintain a shaky grip on their particular cave’s supply of women.) “As men often rely on aggression to maintain their dominant social status,” Kasumovic writes, “the increase in hostility towards a woman by lower-status males may be an attempt to disregard a female’s performance and suppress her disturbance on the hierarchy to retain their social rank.” In other words, like your mother always said, bullies just feel bad about themselves.