Women and Gender: A Feminist Psychology

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2003 - 526 Seiten
This best-selling text is intended for undergraduate courses in Psychology of Women, Sex and Gender, or Sex Roles offered by Psychology departments. Known for its engaging, never oversimplified style, Women and Gender features an integrated thematic organization throughout the book that is synthesized in its final chapter. The authors, well-known, active scholars in the field, take a feminist point of view, advocating basic equality of women and men socially, economically, and politically while objectively reporting research findings.

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