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Signs: Journal Of Women In Culture & SocietyThis very interesting book is filled with adept summarizations and shrewd insights, and anyone interested in social psychology would be well advised to read it.
— Verta Taylor
Author Biography: Judy Howard is Professor of Sociology at the University of Washington. She studies gender dynamics and interactions, emphasizing micro-level cognitions—stereotypes, attitudes, expectations about gendered situations—and how they shape and are shaped by social interactions and macro-level social institutions. She is currently co-editing "SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society". Jocelyn A. Hollander is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Oregon, Eugene. Her research focuses on gender, power, and culture, and especially on violence against women.
Defining Social Psychology and Gender
Conceptions of Gender in Social Psychology
Social Exchange and Related Theories
Altruism and Aggression
Gendered Dynamics of Helping and Harming Others
Reprising a Gender Lens on Social Psychology