The social psychology of clothing and personal adornment

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Macmillan, 1985 - Social Science - 500 pages
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Kaiser's book is riddled, supercharged, and overflowing with run of the mill behaviorist, psychological garbage. She is extraordinarily sexist against men! She conveniently left out how the psychiatric cult denounced women in trousers as suffering from "permanent mental hallucination" and called the trousered female a "patient" NY Times, May 27, 1876, page 6 editorial "A Curious Disease." She is a social criminal who does her best to make discrimination against freedom of attire for men acceptable. The mental "health" movement needs to be legislated against in all 50 States and on Capitol Hill. Just thinking about Kaiser is like having malaria!  

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I bought an 80's version of this book at a college used booksale for 50 cents! I've been wanting to read it and now that my french class may be cancelled, I may have time to read it... Read full review

Contents

Part OneThe Study of Clothing and Personal Adornment
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A Conceptual Framework
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Toward an Objective Study of Clothing and Personal Adornment
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