A New Psychology of Women: Gender, Culture, and Ethnicity
To avoid using middle-class Americans as the metric, Lips (psychology, Radford U., Virginia) employs a global multicultural, approach in examining how gender-related expectations interact with other cultural stereotypes and socioeconomic conditions to affect women's experiences and behavior. Covers
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Femininity and Masculinity Are Socially Constructed
Why a Multicultural Global Approach?
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