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eBook Resisting Gender: Twenty-Five Years of Feminist Psychology (Gender and Psychology series) ePub

by Rhoda K. Unger

  • ISBN: 0803978243
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Rhoda K. Unger
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1 edition (November 10, 1998)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1107 kb
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En su libro Resisting Gender  . This article tries to articulate certain drifts in social psychology of science with different contributions from feminist studies of science.

Authors and affiliations. The volume includes insights about the place of feminist psychology within psychology, methodologies and findings, and future directions.

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Twenty-Five Years of Feminist Psychology. The author, Rhoda K. Unger, is an eminent scholar and activist in American feminist psychology. Rhoda K Unger - Montclair State University, USA. November 1998 256 pages SAGE Publications Ltd. Download flyer Recommend to Library. Core areas of concern in feminist psychology are examined, including discrimination, power and social control, critique of theory and content in psychology, and epistemology.

Of course, feminist psychology has been marginalized in mainstream psychology.

The volume includes insights about the place of feminist psychology within psychology, methodologies and ndings, and future directions. Of course, feminist psychology has been marginalized in mainstream psychology. In Reading 2 (1985), Unger notes that women are more likely to be targets of negative ste-reotypes when they step outside their normative roles.

Gender and Psychology Series. 256. Author Biography. Rhoda K Unger is Professor of Psychology at Montclair State University and Visiting Scholar in women's studies at Brandeis University. Country of Publication.

She has taught the psychology of women and gender for twenty-five years, most of that time at West Chester .

She has taught the psychology of women and gender for twenty-five years, most of that time at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, where she earned the Trustee’s Achievement Award for lifetime professional accomplishment. Mary Crawford has spoken and written about women’s studies issues for audiences as diverse as the British Psychological Society, Ms. Magazine, and the Oprah Winfrey show.

Rhoda Kesler Unger, American psychology educator. Assistant professor Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, 1966-1972. Assistant professor, associate professor psychology Montclair State College, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, 1972-1981, professor, 1981-1996, professor emeritus, since 1999. Visiting professor University Haifa, Israel, 1988-1989, Ochanemizu University, Tokyo, 2005. Director honors Montclair State College, 1985-1996.

Psychology of Gender. Both terms sex and gender are used interchangeably but they differ in meaning. Sex is a biological term which refers to the division of species on the basis of their anatomy and reproductive functions. Sex can be determined by chromosome patterns of gene expression, namely an XX set for female and an XY set for male. Such genetic distinction is called chromosomal sex and both terms male and female are strictly biological.

This volume provides a reflexive social history of the development of the psychology of women as an academic field of research and teaching. Core areas of concern in feminist psychology are examined, including discrimination, power and social control, critique of theory and content in psychology, and epistemology. Resisting Gender outlines the stages through which the psychology of women has moved, and highlights the ongoing questions and dilemmas for the field.

Rhoda Unger has been involved with the discipline as a researcher, teacher, author and leader since its inception, and is in a unique position to introduce us to, and offer her perspective on, the key debates and concerns that have driven, or been driven by,