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Handbook of the Psychology of Women and Gender

ISBN-10: 0471653578

ISBN-13: 9780471653578

Edition: 2001

Authors: Rhoda K. Unger

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Now available in paperback, this critically acclaimed handbook takes a socio-political look at how the past thirty years have witnessed an increasing interest and shift in the thinking of the psychology of women. This shift has been due, in part, to the influx of a great number of women into psychology and the social sciences, and in part to feminist objections to earlier theories of Freud and others, now considered to be male centered and even contemptuous of women.
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Book details

List price: $132.50
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/21/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.432
Language: English

Historical, Theoretical, and Methodological Issues
Women as Subjects, Actors, and Agents in the History of Psychology
Theoretical Perspectives on Women and Gender
Choices and Consequences: Methodological Issues in the Study of Gender
Women, Psychology, and Evolution
Gender Similarities and Differences as Feminist Contradictions
Framing Gendered Identities
Developmental Issues
Biological Influences on Psychosexual Differentiation
From Infancy through Middle Childhood: The Role of Cognitive and Social Factors in Becoming Gendered
Adolescent Girls' Voices: Resonating Resistance in Body and Soul
Current Perspectives on Women's Adult Roles: Work, Family, and Life
Motherhood and Mothering
Older Adult Women: Issues, Resources, and Challenges
Social Roles and Social Systems
The Psychology of Men and Masculinity: Research Status and Future Directions
Changing Times, Changing Gender Roles: Who Do We Want Women and Men to Be?
Gender and Language
Gender and Social Interaction
Gender and Relationships
Sexualities
Gender and Physical and Mental Health
Gendered Bodies and Physical Health
Disorderly Constructs: Feminist Frameworks for Clinical Psychology
Therapy with Women: Feminist Frameworks
Sociocultural Issues in Counseling for Women of Color
Institutions, Gender, and Power
A Developmental Examination of Violence against Girls and Women
Power and Gender: The Double-Edged Sword of Ambivalence
Sexual Harassment
Women, Gender, and the Law: Toward a Feminist Rethinking of Responsibility
Changing Society, Changing Women (and Men)
References
Author Index
Subject Index