Handbook of the Psychology of Women and Gender
A lively, thought-provoking exploration of the latest theory and practice in the psychology of women and gender
Edited by Rhoda Unger, a pioneer in feminist psychology, this handbook provides an extraordinarily balanced, in-depth treatment of major contemporary theories, trends, and advances in the field of women and gender. Bringing together contributions from leading U.S. and international scholars, it presents integrated coverage of a variety of approaches-ranging from traditional experiments to postmodern analyses. Conceptual models discussed include those that look within the individual, between individuals and groups, and beyond the person-to the social-structural frameworks in which people are embedded as well as biological and evolutionary perspectives. Multicultural and cross-cultural issues are emphasized throughout, including key variables such as sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and social class.
Researchers and clinicians alike will appreciate the thorough review of the latest thinking about gender and its impact on physical and mental health-which includes the emerging trends in feminist therapy and sociocultural issues important in the treatment of women of color. In addressing developmental issues, the book offers thought-provoking discussions of new research into possible biological influences on gender-specific behaviors; the role of early conditioning by parents, school, and the media; the role of mother and mothering; gender in old age; and more. Power and gender, as well as the latest research findings on American men's ambivalence toward women, sexual harassment, and violence against women, are among the timely topics explored in viewing gender as a systemic phenomenon.
Handbook of the Psychology of Women and Gender is must reading for mental health researchers and practitioners, as well as scholars in a variety of disciplines who want to stay current with the latest psychological/psychosocial thinking on women and gender.
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Theoretical Perspectives on Women and Gender
Methodological Issues in the Study of Gender
Women Psychology and Evolution
Gender Similarities and Differences as Feminist Contradictions
Framing Gendered Identities
Biological Influences on Psychosexual Differentiation
The Role of Cognitive
Resonating Resistance in Body and Soul
Gender and Social Interaction
Gender and Relationships
Gendered Bodies and Physical Health
A Developmental Examination of Violence against Girls and Women
The DoubleEdged Sword of Ambivalence
Toward a Feminist Rethinking of Responsibility
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