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Our Voices: Psychology of Women

By (author) EA Rider
Genres: Psychology
Format: Paperback
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, New York, United States
Imprint: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Published: 8th Aug 1999
Dimensions: w 186mm h 231mm d 24mm
Weight: 907g
ISBN-10: 0470001925
ISBN-13: 9780470001929
Barcode No: 9780470001929
Elizabeth Rider's Our Voices explores the psychology of women of diverse backgrounds in a way that captivates readers. The author objectively discusses research findings about women's development and the variations in patterns resulting from race, culture, social class, and sexual orientation,=. Our Voices also offers revealing comparisons of Western perspectives and those found in other cultures. Inside, you'll find ? Scholarship this is accessible and engaging to readers, going beyond presentation of material to include analysis and interpretation The most recent work in women's psychology such as the Stone Center's relational theory, feminist therapy, and cultural variations in sexuality Featured Study sections that offer in-depth looks at topics such as menopause and gender awareness in children (Each study guides readers from the initial overview and methodology to a summary of resultsgiving insight into both the content and research methodology. ) real Life boxes that gives readers first-person perspectives on relevant issues such as breast cancer, motherhood, and the career-life dilemma Commentary boxes that provide unique views of social issues (an African-American view of TV, women's humor, single-sex classes) and examine the implications of women's psychology for society "I am very enthusiastic about this project. The author has set reasonable goals, knows the competition, and writes quite well?. Well researched and balanced in its presentation?. Likely to be very successful?. I would strongly consider using it and look forward to its publication LETITIA ANNE PEPLAU, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES Also available ? exclusively from Wadsworth InfoTrac? College Editionan extensive, online database of more than 900 research journals and popular magazines One of the finest and most extensive online libraries of periodicals available today, InfoTrac College Edition offers access to the full text of articles from such publications as Sex Roles, Feminist Studies, and Archives of Sexual Behavior, just to name a few. InfoTrac College Edition is expertly indexed, hot linked, and updated daily with articles going back as far as four years. (Instructor: By requesting that InfoTrac College Edition be packaged with this text, you'll give your students four months' FREE access to this virtual library. Available to North American colleges only Bundle 0-534-74217-3) Visit The Wadsworth Psychology Study Center http: //psychology. wadsworth. com

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