Praeger guide to the psychology of gender / edited by Michele A. Paludi.

When we examine the field of gender psychology closely, we note that much of what the popular media tells us about women and men does not hold up to research scrutiny. This handbook helps to replace media stereotypes and myths with realities and shows us that there are more similarities between the...

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Other Authors: Paludi, Michele Antoinette
Format: eBook
Published: Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, 2004.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to the psychology of gender : plus ça change, plus c'est la même = the more things change, the more they stay the same / Michele Paludi, Carmen A. Paludi, Jr. and Darlene C. DeFour
  • Learning masculinity and femininity : gender socialization from parents and peers across the lifespan / Shelly Marmion and Paula Lundberg-Love
  • Cultural perspectives on gender / Janet Sigal and Maureen Nally
  • A Latin American perspective in the study of gender / Eros R. DeSouza, John Baldwin, Silvia H. Koller and Martha Narvaz
  • Gender, sexuality and intimate relationships / Donna Castal1eda and Alyson Burns-Glover
  • Gender and mental health : incidence and treatment issues / Rudy Nydegger
  • The hidden curriculum : gender in the classroom / Susan Basow
  • Gender and verbal and nonverbal communication / Marianne LaFrance and Jennifer Harris
  • Research methods in studying gender / Maureen McHugh and Lisa Cosgrove
  • Social role theory of sex differences and similarities : implications for the sociopolitical attitudes of women and men / Alice H. Eagly and Abigail A. Mitchell
  • Gender, justice and social change / William P. Gaeddert
  • Gender and health / Nancy Felipe Russo
  • Development of sex and gender : biochemistry, physiology, and experience / Ethel Tobach
  • Feminism and psychology / Joan C. Chrisler and Christine A. Smith.