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Exploring/Teaching the Psychology of Women
A Manual of Resources
Exploring/Teaching the Psychology of Women
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Michele A. Paludi - Author
SUNY series, The Psychology of Women
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Hardcover - 280 pages
Release Date: March 1990
ISBN10: 0-7914-0515-X
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0515-4

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Paperback - 280 pages
Release Date: March 1990
ISBN10: 0-88706-872-3
ISBN13: 978-0-88706-872-0

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The first of its kind, this manual presents educational approaches and processes which reflect feminist principles for teachers and leaders of courses and workshops in the psychology of women. Sample syllabi, outlines, references, lists of audio-visual material, organizations, discussion questions, and experiential exercises reflect the content areas typically covered in these courses: achievement, sexuality, health, adjustment, psychotherapy, communication, victimization, methodology, life-style choices, work, and development.

"Exploring/Teaching the Psychology of Women provides useful, currently unavailable resources for this diverse field. It contains an excellent, topic-by-topic bibliography, a representative list of centers for research on women, and a superb list of panel presentations." -- Margaret W. Matlin, State University of New York at Geneseo

"This book is a significant contribution to the field of the psychology of women. It will be exceptionally useful to teachers in planning new course syllabi and in locating resources. It also contains many fresh ideas for courses already being taught. I was able to use the book immediately in updating materials for my Psychology of Women course (which I have taught for 13 years) and to develop an outline for a new graduate course on women and psychotherapy. I particularly enjoyed the chapter format and the inclusion of classroom exercises. The breadth and depth of topics attest to the care given to researching each; this is a much needed resource." -- Suzanna Rose, University of Missouri at St. Louis

Michele A. Paludi is a developmental psychologist whose research concerns sociopsychological and structural factors affecting women's achievement and the career pathways they follow. She hascourses in developmental psychology and the psychology of women at Franklin and Marshall College, Kent State University, and Hunter College. She is the founder of the Midwestern Society for Feminist Studies.


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