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Gender and Psychology Reader - Julie K. Norem

Gender and Psychology Reader

By: Julie K. Norem (Editor), Blythe McVicker Clinchy (Editor)

Paperback Published: 1st April 1998
ISBN: 9780814715475
Number Of Pages: 272

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"A wonderfully diverse array of classic and contemporary readings" --Contemporary Psychology APA Review of BooksIn The Gender and Psychology Reader, Blythe McVicker Clinchy and Julie K. Norem have culled through a diverse group of readings to provide a wide-ranging exploration of both progress made and problems encountered as psychologists grapple with gender. The volume includes both classic and contemporary readings, drawn from all branches of psychology-- social, developmental, personality, cognitive, history, physiological/biological--as well as from other disciplines, including sociology, philosophy, and anthropology.The essays cover a gamut of subjects including epistemological issues, the study of difference, the embodiment of gender, autonomy and connection in relationships, and clinical implications. A concluding chapter by the editors considers themes that can be traced through the different sections, gaps in current perspectives, and future directions.The Gender and Psychology Reader includes contributions from an array of distinguished scholars from varying methodological and disciplinary backgrounds. Among the contributors are Laurel Furumoto, Jeanne Marecek, Laura S. Brown, Anne Fausto- Sterling, Sandra Lipsitz Bem, Michelle Fine, Jospeh H. Pleck, J. G. Morawski, Daniel A. Hart, Barrie Thorne, and Aida Hurtado. Organized for easy use as either a primary or supplementary text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology, The Gender and Psychology Reader will also serve as the essential reference for those in clinical practice interested in gender issues. ISBN: 0-8147-1547-8 / $29.50s paperISBN: 0-8147-1546-X / $75.00s cloth

"A wonderfully diverse array of classic and contemporary readings"

-Contemporary Psychology APA Review of Books

Introductionp. 1
Underlying Epistemological Issues
Methodological Essentialism, False Difference, and Other Dangerous Trapsp. 10
Epistemological Debates, Feminist Voices: Science, Social Values, and the Study of Womenp. 34
Doing Personality Research: How Can Feminist Theories Help?p. 54
Gender and the History of Psychologyp. 69
Cultural Diversity, Contextualism, and Feminist Psychologyp. 78
The Study of Difference
Doing Genderp. 104
The Meaning of Difference: Gender Theory, Postmodernism, and Psychologyp. 125
On Comparing Women and Menp. 159
New Voices, New Visions: Toward a Lesbian/Gay Paradigm for Psychologyp. 167
Gender Embodied
Evolving Gendersp. 181
Gender Differences in Human Neuropsychological Functionp. 188
The Five Sexes: Why Male and Female Are Not Enoughp. 221
Psychological Sex Differences: Origins through Sexual Selectionp. 228
Gender Differences in Emotionp. 236
Raising Darwin's Consciousness: Females and Evolutionary Theoryp. 265
The Embodied Selfp. 273
Self-Construction: The Gendered Bodyp. 278
Over Dinner: Feminism and Adolescent Female Bodiesp. 285
Masculinity Ideology and Its Correlatesp. 308
Autonomy and Connection in Relationships
Strengthsp. 334
In a Different Voice: Women's Conceptions of Self and of Moralityp. 347
Feminism and Difference: Gender, Relation, and Difference in Psychoanalytic Perspectivep. 383
Female Relationality and the Idealized Selfp. 396
Engendering Persons
Engendering Personalityp. 409
Enculturation and Self-Construction: The Gendered Personalityp. 413
The Male "Wound"p. 433
The Measurement of Masculinity and Femininity: Engendering Categorical Realitiesp. 454
Roles and Stereotypesp. 477
Sex, Gender, and Epistemologyp. 481
Men, Inexpressiveness, and Powerp. 498
What's So Special about Sex? Gender Stereotyping and Discriminationp. 505
X: A Fabulous Child's Storyp. 523
My Male Sex Role--And Oursp. 531
Clinical Implications and Applications
Empathy, Mutuality, and Therapeutic Change: Clinical Implications of a Relational Modelp. 543
Love and Violence: Gender Paradoxes in Volatile Attachmentsp. 549
Toward an Understanding of Risk Factors for Bulimiap. 573
The Woman-Man Relationship: Impasses and Possibilitiesp. 610
Contextual Constraints and Affordances
Engendered Worldsp. 635
The Arrangement between the Sexesp. 641
Girls and Boys Together ... But Mostly Apart: Gender Arrangements in Elementary Schoolsp. 667
Gender and Relationships: A Developmental Accountp. 684
Relating to Privilege: Seduction and Rejection in the Subordination of White Women and Women of Colorp. 698
Achievement in Contextp. 717
Gender Role Stereotypes, Expectancy Effects, and Parents' Socialization of Gender Differencesp. 721
Feeling Like a Fraudp. 738
Rethinking Psychological Theory to Encompass Issues of Gender and Ethnicity: Focus on Achievementp. 754
A Plea for Epistemological Pluralismp. 769
Coda: In-Conclusion ...p. 778
Indexp. 799
About the Editorsp. 813
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ISBN: 9780814715475
ISBN-10: 0814715478
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 1st April 1998
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.88  x 3.76
Weight (kg): 1.4