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Susan Shapiro Barash teaches "A Gendered Culture" in special programs at Sarah Lawrence College
Timely and important, this groundbreaking book on female rivalry explores the who, what, when, and why of competition between women. Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.
|Introduction : facing the dark mirror||1|
|1||The myth of female solidarity||25|
|2||Mommy dearest and the evil sister||46|
|3||Mean girls and Heathers||64|
|4||The perpetual beauty contest : envy over appearance||89|
|5||Magical theft : envy over relationships||111|
|6||Snow queens and soccer moms : envy over children||132|
|7||Working girls and bossy women : envy on the job||157|
|8||Dispelling the demons : how to spin competition, jealousy, and envy in our favor||189|
|9||Resisting the urge to merge||209|
|Conclusion : a better mirror||235|
Posted August 6, 2006
Susan Shapiro Barash's Tripping The Prom Queen: The Truth About Women And Rivalry receives Shelly Frasier's warm and revealing voice which has lent power and vision to over 30 audio productions as well as film and theatre projects. Here's the first detailed look at women's rivalry based on original research and interviews with over 500 women at all social levels: a seminal and groundbreaking work which explores bad behavior's origins and purposes.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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