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'Women's Health has a great deal to offer students, academics and practitioners in health and clinical psychology, as well as people working in women's studies, sociology and social work. It is a thought-provoking text which left me feeling invigorated about carrying out research in this field' - Journal of Health Psychology
'This will be a useful source book for health psychology students and those in health professions who are interested in a social and feminist approach to health' - British Journal of Health Psychology
'Women's Health: Psychological and Social Perspectives has a great deal to offer students, academics and practitioners in health and clinical psyc
The Social Context of Women's Health
PART ONE: IT'S YOUR HORMONES, DEAR
Is Anatomy Destiny After All?
The Sorrows of Motherhood
'What Can You Expect, At Your Age?'
PART TWO: EVERY WOMAN'S DESTINY
Childlessness by Chance or Choice
Personal Tragedy or Social Deviance
'I'm Just a Mum'
PART THREE: WOMEN AND WORK: A WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE
Paid Work and Domestic Labour
The Double Shift
Angel in the House
PART FOUR: PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW: WOMEN AS OBJECTS IN A MALE LANDSCAPE
Eating, Weight and Beauty
Something To Look Forward To
Women and Ageing
Resistance and Redefinition
Making a Difference
Feminist Approaches to Research in the Psychology of Women's Health