Gender: Crossing Boundaries

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Thomas/Wadsworth, 2003 - Psychology - 418 pages
Designed to engage students with its unique writing style and critical thinking, this text provides an overview to the study of Gender while emphasizing cross cultural/multicultural issues to demonstrate what's truly universal about Gender. Galliano's text has been extensively class-tested at Texas AandM University and has been carefully evaluated against nearly 100 detailed student reviews.

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Contents

PARTI Foundations for a Psychology of Gender
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Overview
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BOX 3
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Grace Galliano received her Ph.D. from Georgia State University. She was a Professor Emeritus in Psychology at Kennesaw State University from 1992 2000. Since then she has been an adjunct professor at Monroe Community College in Rochester, NY.

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