Our Voices: Psychology of Women

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Wadsworth, 2000 - Feminist psychology - 608 pages
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Find your own voice! Highly engaging, well-researched, and balanced, this second edition takes a close look at current issues, theory, and research in the psychology of women. You will hear many voices in this text--from women of various racial and cultural backgrounds and social classes, from different sexual orientations, and voices that are young and old and also middle aged. You'll also explore multiple perspectives on issues, so you can draw your own conclusions about the information you're reading, and ultimately find your own voice.

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CHAPTER
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Womens Movements Today
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A Unique
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Elizabeth (Betty) Rider is professor of psychology at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. After earning her degree in developmental psychology at Vanderbilt University, she taught at the University of North Carolina at Asheville for several years before moving back to her home state of Pennsylvania more than fifteen years ago. She regularly teaches Psychology of Women and Developmental Psychology courses to undergraduates at an institution where student learning is the number one priority. She has been awarded exceptional performance distinctions nearly every year for her work in or out of the classroom. When not writing or teaching, this single mom devotes her energies to raising her son and working outdoors.

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