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Tipping Point Survey-Bangladesh: Attitudes Regarding Gender Discrimination

Attitudes Towards Gender Discrimination uses 4 items from the CARE Tipping Point Bangladesh baseline survey among women and men over 25 years of age. Items reflect on gender discrimination among sons and daughters in the family.

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Geographies Tested: Bangladesh

Populations Included: Female, Male

Age Range: Adults

Items:

1. It is important that sons and daughters have equal education
2. Daughters should be sent to school only if they are not needed to help at home
3. If there is a limited amount of money to pay for tutoring, it should be spent equally on daughters and sons
4. Since girls have to get married they should not be sent for higher education

Response Options:
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly Agree

Scoring Procedures

Score of the scale ranges from 0 – 12 , where higher score refers to high discriminatory attitudes.

Original Citation

Parvin, K., Nunna, T. T., Mamun, M. A., Talukder, A., Antu, J. F., Siddique, A. A., Kalra, S., Laterra, A., Sprinkel, A., Stefanik, L., & Naved, R. T. (2019). Tipping Point project: Report of the baseline study findings from Bangladesh. https://care.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Baseline-report_TP-_FINAL_March-30.pdf

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