Constructing Gender: Multicultural Perspectives in Working with Women / Edition 1

Constructing Gender: Multicultural Perspectives in Working with Women / Edition 1

by Maria Julia
     
 

This text focuses on the construction of women's identity as a result of the intersection of ethnic background and gender. It will help readers become culturally competent by being aware of variations and similarities across cultures and, therefore, more effective when working with women.See more details below

Overview

This text focuses on the construction of women's identity as a result of the intersection of ethnic background and gender. It will help readers become culturally competent by being aware of variations and similarities across cultures and, therefore, more effective when working with women.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534364731
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
10/28/1999
Series:
Social Work Series
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
6.69(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.1. Ethnicity and Gender: Introduction of Concepts and Theoretical Framework, Maria Julia. 2. African-American Women, Greta Berry Winbush. 3. Amish Women: From Martyrs to Entrepreneurs, Gretchen H. Waltman. 4. Appalachian Women'''s Ways of Living: Within and Beyond Their Cultural Heritage, Karen V. Harper. 5. Arab Women, Anahid DerVartanian Kulwicki. 6. Hispanic Women, Hilda Burgos-Ocasio. 7. Women'''s Issues and Jewish Halacha, Daryle Spero. 8. Native American Women, Beverly E. Neal. 9. Southeast Asian-American Women, Amy Zaharlick. 10. Conclusion: The Systemic Interface of Religion and Gender, Sharon K. Ratliff. Index.

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