Couples, Gender, and Power Creating Change in Intimate Relationships
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Description: While numerous couples strive for equality in their relationships, many are unaware of the insidious ways in which gender and power still affect them-from their career choices to communication patterns, child-rearing, housework, and more.
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Copyright year: 2009
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|About the Editors|
|How Gendered Power Undermines Relationships|
|Gender Equality in Intimate Relationships|
|The Social Context of Gendered Power|
|Capturing the Lived Experience of Couples: Our Research Process|
|Intimacy, Gender, and Power|
|The Myth of Equality|
|Beyond Gender: The Processes of Relationship Equality|
|Carrying Equal Weight: Relational Responsibility and Attunement Among Same-Sex Couples|
|An Unequal Burden: Gendered Power in Diabetes Care|
|Gendered Power and Parenting|
|Mothering: Innate Talent or Conscious Collaboration?|
|Fathering: Disengaged or Responsive?|
|Suffering in Silence: Idealized Motherhood and Postpartum Depression|
|Transforming Power in Cultural Contexts|
|We-Consciousness: Creating Equality in Collectivist Culture|
|Pulling Together: How African American Couples Manage Social Inequalities|
|Pushing the Gender Line: How Immigrant Couples Reconstruct Power|
|Keeping the Peace: Couple Relationships in Iran|
|Gender Discourse in Relationship Stories of Young American Couples|
|The Practice of Transcending Gendered Power|
|Relational Orientations: A Contextual Framework for Assessment and Practice|
|Addressing Gendered Power: A Guide for Practice|
|Gender and Power as a Fulcrum for Clinical Change|