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Save Cancel. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Presents a framework for understanding how the lives of all people are shaped by gender. Instead of presenting gender as a collection of individual traits, this book presents gender as a social system that is used to categorize people and is linked to power and status. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Be the first.
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Machine generated contents note: Part 1. Paving the Way Part 2. Gender, Status, and Power 3. Images of Women 4. The Meanings of Difference Part 3. Sex, Gender and Bodies 6. Gendered Identities: Childhood And Adolescence 7. Sex, Love, and Romance Part 4. Commitments: Women and Close Relationships 9.
Mothering Work and Achievement Violence Against Women Paving the way -- Beginnings -- What is feminism? Gender in social context -- What is gender?
Images of women -- Language about women and men -- Media images -- Representing women and men -- Face-ism -- Sexual objectification -- Invisible women -- Stereotypes about women and men -- The context of gender stereotypes -- Sexuality stereotypes -- Race and social class stereotypes -- The impact of stereotypes -- Stereotypes, the self, and stereotype threat -- Stereotypes, status, and power -- Stereotypes and sexist behavior -- Making a difference -- Transforming language -- Challenging objectification -- 4.
The meanings of difference -- The politics of difference and similarity -- Values and ideology in research -- Gendering cognition : "girls can't do math" -- What factors influence mathematics performance? Gender and development -- How does sex develop?
Gendered life paths -- 7. Sex, love, and romance -- How is sexuality shaped by culture?
Commitments : women and close relationships -- Marriage -- Marital satisfaction and psychological adjustment -- Lesbian couples -- Lesbian and heterosexual couples compared -- Characteristics of lesbian relationships -- Power and satisfaction of lesbian relationships -- Cohabiting couples -- Does living together affect later marriage?
Mothering -- Images of mothers and motherhood -- the decision to have -- Childless by choice or circumstance? Work and achievement -- Is she isn't paid, is it still work? The second half : midlife and aging -- Not just a : the social meanings of age -- Is there a double standard of aging? Gender and well-being -- Violence against women -- Violence against girls and women : a global perspective -- The gender system and violence -- Rape-prone societies -- Honor killings and honor rapes -- Sex trafficking -- Violence and the media -- Language about violence -- Gender violence as entertainment -- Pornography -- Violence against children -- Child sexual abuse -- How can abuse of children be ended?
Psychological disorders, therapy, and women's well-being -- Sexist bias in defining disorders -- The social construction of abnormality -- Women's behavior as abnormal -- Blaming women for distress and disorders -- The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual DSM -- Gender-linked psychological disorders -- Why are there sex-related differences in the rates of some disorders? Making a difference : toward a better future for women -- Contemporary feminism -- Imagery and attitudes -- Negative images and stereotypes of feminists -- Is feminism for women only?
Paving the way. Beginnings -- What is feminism? Gender in social context. Gender, status, and power -- Images of women -- The meanings of difference. Gender and development. Sex, gender, and bodies -- Gendered identities : childhood and adolescence.
Gendered life paths. Sex, love, and romance -- Commitments : women and close relationships -- Mothering -- Work and achievement -- The second half : midlife and aging. Gender and well-being. Violence against women -- Psychological disorders, therapy, and women's well-being -- Making a difference : toward a better future for women. Home About Help Search.Women want sex Crawford
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