Issues in the Psychology of Women / Edition 1

Issues in the Psychology of Women / Edition 1

ISBN-10:
0306463210
ISBN-13:
9780306463211
Pub. Date:
08/31/2000
Publisher:
Springer US

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Issues in the Psychology of Women / Edition 1

Over the past 15 years, I (MB) have taught a graduate-level course in Psychology of Women to students in two different professional psychology programs. Because my students were at the doctoral level and often had some familiarity with the psychology of women, these courses focused on bringing a feminist analysis of psychology and integrating a feminist analysis into one’s scholarly work and professional activities. Although I used several fine psychology of women textbooks during this time, I found none that was specifically designed for graduate students. Thus, I always augmented the textbook with journal articles on specific aspects of the topic, and these focused articles have typically been well received by the students. The s- dents whom I have encountered in these courses have often expressed a wish for a textbook that is designed for their needs; I think what they are asking for is one that could serve as a foundation for their scholarly analysis of psychology as well as a springboard for thoughtful application of a feminist perspective to the profession of psychology. Therefore, Issues in the Psychology of Women has been designed to serve as a textbook for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses including Psychology of Women or Feminist Analysis of Psychology. This book is the collective work of authors with special expertise in their chapter topic.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780306463211
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 08/31/2000
Edition description: 2000
Pages: 303
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Part I: Historical and Scientific Foundations. 1. History of the Contemporary Women's Movement; M. Biaggio. 2. Feminist Reconstructions of Psychology; S. Morrow. 3. Research/conceptual Approaches to Understanding Gender; L. Gallahan. Part II: Social Issues and Problems. 4. Understanding Prejudice and Discrimination; A. Gillem, et al. 5. Women and Work; J. Yoder. 6. Sexual Victimization: Harassment and Rape; P. Rozee. 7. Domestic Violence; M.C. McHugh, T.A. Redhead. Part III: Relationships and Sexuality. 8. Women's Sexualities; K. Baber. 9. Intimate Relationships; R. Jeter. 10. Motherhood and Reproductive Issues; J. Chrisler, I. Johnston-Robledo. Part IV: Psychological and Health Issues. 11. Physical Health Issues for Women; L.K. Porzelius. 12. Mental Health Issues for Women; L. Roades. 13. Feminist Therapy Approaches; M. Ballou, C. West. Author Index. Subject Index.

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