7 edition of FEMINIST SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY found in the catalog.
FEMINIST SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
May 1, 1986 by Open University .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar Hyde, J. Egalitarian relationships[ edit ] Feminist therapists consider power inequalities to be a major contributing factor to the struggles of women, and as such criticize the traditional therapist role as an authority figure. It stems from the repercussions from the theory of male domination, practices and research especially in the theory of psychoanalysis.
Henderson, Dorothy. Feminist theory: From margin to center. Landrine, Hope, ed. Westport, CT: Praeger, New York: Wiley. Since we expect women and men to think differently about ethics women and men as a result do present differences.
In her article about In a Different Voice, Gilligan says she has made "a distinction [she] ha[s] come to see as pivotal to understanding care ethics. Women found that they were belittled in many clever and subtle ways, and that the therapy process was full of expectations of how a woman should act. Construction, critique, and community. Mamie Phipps Clark. Bruna and M. Traditional therapies place little emphasis on sociopolitical influences, focusing instead on the client's internal functioning.
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Dunlap and Joan C. Psychology of the Chicana. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 13, — Terhune, Carol Parker. She is a co-creator of the positive aging newsletter healthandage. Toward a feminist metatheory and methodology in the social sciences. Google Scholar Hyde, J. Benjamin, Jessica. Ittleson Award, American Orthopsychiatric Association, Slipp, Samuel.
Gilligan argues that androgyny, or integrating the masculine and the feminine, is the best way to realize one's potential as a human. InMary Gergen earned a Ph. Kim, S. Pickren, Handbook of the intellectual history of psychology: How psychological ideas have evolved from past to present.
Gilligan taught for two years at the University of Cambridge from to as the Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions and as a visiting professorial fellow in the Social and Political Sciences.
Google Scholar Deaux, K. She also edits the Tempo Book series. NY: Routledge, Eugene Beauboeuf-Lafontant, Tamara. Reid, Pamela Trotman. Invited address, Society for Research in Child Development, Naglieri's Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development.
Despite being Kohlberg's research assistant, Gilligan argued that Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development were male-oriented, which limited their ability to be generalized to females.
Women Therapists Working with Women. Jones, Charisse and Kumea Shorter-Gooden. Journal Articles Young, J.Apr 22, · Review. 'Nayak lays a strong foundation for a critical psychological engagement with the activism of black feminist theory for all of us committed to addressing the psychological effects of oppression and who seek to make social change.'- Stephanie Davis, The Psychologist, June ‘Nayak offers readers a book that is simultaneously theoretical Cited by: Changing the Subject is a classic critique of traditional psychology in which the foundations of critical and feminist psychology are laid down.
Pioneering and foundational, it is still the groundbreaking text crucial to furthering the new psychology in both teaching and research. Now reissued with a new foreword describing the changes which have taken place over the last few years, Changing.
Select Publications from the Psychology’s Feminist Voices Lab Collective Books and Edited Journal Issues. Rutherford, A. (under contract). The science and politics of gender: Feminist psychology and its publics in lateth century America.
New York and London: Oxford University Press. The eclecticism of this book makes it an ideal teaching text for undergraduate and postgraduate courses on social psychology, psychology of women/feminist psychology, gender issues, critical psychology, and research methods.
It will also be of value on other social science courses and in a multidisciplinary women's studies context. Feminism & Psychology has provided a forum for critical, radical, and provocative feminist scholarship that serves as an impetus for social change and for theoretical and methodological innovations in feminist psychology.
Feminism & Psychology has contributed to the transformation of psychology, has helped to clarify the dynamics of oppression.
The book is widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-wave feminism in the United States. Feminist psychology emphasizes social context, lived experience, and qualitative analysis.
Projects such as Psychology's Feminist Voices have emerged to catalogue the influence of feminist psychologists on the discipline.