Women Voicing Resistance: Discursive and Narrative Explorations

Women Voicing Resistance: Discursive and Narrative Explorations


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781848721043
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/07/2014
Series: Women and Psychology Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Suzanne McKenzie-Mohr is Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, Canada. Before accepting a faculty position in 2003, Suzanne had been a practicing social worker for 15 years, working with women in a range of fields of practice. Her scholarly interests include women's experiences of rape, trauma and youth homelessness, women’s use of counter-stories in response to oppressive conditions, and narrative care with older adults.

Michelle N. Lafrance is Professor of Psychology at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, Canada. Trained as a clinical psychologist, Michelle's teaching and research interests are in the areas of critical and feminist psychology, including women’s experiences of depression, and the social construction of distress, gender, and sexuality.

Table of Contents

Lafrance and McKenzie-Mohr, Introduction. DeVault, Language for troubles talk. Jane Ussher & Janette Perz , PMS as a process of negotiation: Women’s strategies of coping and resistance for premenstrual change and distress. Rickett, ‘Girly-girls’, ‘professional women’ and ‘hard women’. Negotiating and resisting hegemonic femininities in non-traditional work space. Boonzaier, Talking against dominance: South African women resisting hegemonic discourse in narratives of violence. Gibson, Beyond coming out: Lesbians’ (alternative) stories of sexual identity told in postapartheid South Africa. Lafrance, Listening between and beyond words: Disrupting discourses in speaking of sadness. Chadwick, Bodies talk: The challenges of hearing childbirth counterstories. Brown, Untangling self-management discourse from women’s body talk: Externalizing the social construction of feelings connected to regulated self-identity. Farvid, "Oh it was good sex!": Desire and pleasure in heterosexual women’s accounts of casual sex. McKenzie-Mohr, Taking up tools for narrative repair: Women’s navigation of the post-rape process toward living well. McKenzie-Mohr and Lafrance, Conclusion.

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