Issue Involvement and Low- Versus High-Power Style as Related to Attitude Change in Sex-Role Egalitarianism Academic Article uri icon


  • In a pretest-posttest design, subscribers to womens magazines were mailed a high- versus low-power message arguing a radical feminist view. Uninvolved women changed their opinions more after the high-power-style message, and involved women more after the low-power-style message.

published proceedings

  • Journal of Language and Social Psychology

author list (cited authors)

  • Buunk, A. P., Blanton, H., Schuurman, M. K., & Siero, F. W.

citation count

  • 1

complete list of authors

  • Buunk, Abraham P||Blanton, Hart||Schuurman, Mieke K||Siero, Frans W

publication date

  • December 2005