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📒Gender Identity And Discourse Analysis ✍ Lia Litosseliti
✏Gender Identity and Discourse Analysis Book Summary : This is a collection of work by researchers in the area of gender and language. It shows how a discourse approach to the study of gender and language can facilitate the study of the complex and subtle ways in which gender identities are represented, constructed and contested through language.
📒Transsexual And Other Disorders Of Gender Identity ✍ James Barrett
✏Transsexual and Other Disorders of Gender Identity Book Summary : People with gender identity problems are increasingly often encountered by health professionals. The problems are often imagined to consist only of transsexuality, but actually comprise of both this and many other diagnoses. Properly establishing a diagnosis and excluding alternatives including psychosis, partial androgen insensitivity syndromes and personality disorder is complex. The subsequent management of these disorders and their differential diagnoses is even more so. The text provides a comprehensive and extremely practical account of the management of disorders of gender identity and their differential diagnoses. Particular consideration is given to, among others, coincidental mental illness, disability, family and relationship issues, forensic and military settings. Psychological and endocrine aspects are covered in depth, surgical aspects to a level adequate for all but a specialist surgeon, and legal aspects to the level generally needed by health professionals. This book provides vital detail for general practitioners, surgeons, endocrinologists, speech therapists, social workers and, especially, psychiatrists.
📒Psychology Of Gender Identity ✍ Janice W. Lee
✏Psychology of Gender Identity Book Summary : Gender encompasses biological sex but extends beyond it to the socially prescribed roles deemed appropriate for each sex by the culture in which we live. The gender roles we each carry out are highly individualistic, built on our biological and physical traits, appearance and personality, life experiences such as childhood, career and education, and history of sexual and romantic interactions. Each element influences perceptions and expectations. Gender-related experiences influence and shape the ways we think about others and ourselves including self-image, behaviour, mood, social advancement and coping strategies. This new book brings together leading international research devoted to this subject.
📒Gender Identity And Representation In Spain S Golden Age ✍ Anita K. Stoll
✏Gender Identity and Representation in Spain s Golden Age Book Summary : "In 1991 The Perception of Women in Spanish Theater of the Golden Age provided a forum for a group of Hispanists concerned with correcting the failure to acknowledge the place of women in Golden Age Spain. This new collection of essays reflects the continuing interest in the topic and provides a new historical focus on literature and culture together."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒Gender Identity Disorder And Psychosexual Problems In Children And Adolescents ✍ Kenneth J. Zucker
✏Gender Identity Disorder and Psychosexual Problems in Children and Adolescents Book Summary : This unique and timely volume provides a comprehensive overview of the most recent clinical work and research on the topic. Following an overview of the disorder, the first section of the book deals with young children, providing a detailed analysis of gender identity disorder in both boys and girls. The second section, which focuses on adolescents, covers gender identity disorder, transvestic fetishism - also based on the largest sample of individuals ever studied - and homosexuality. Detailed clinical case material, which brings the issues to life, is included throughout.
📒Gender Identity Equity And Violence ✍ Geraldine B. Stahly
✏Gender Identity Equity and Violence Book Summary : The authors of the thirteen chapters in this volume bring excitement and innovations to teaching about gender from a wide range of theoretical and discipline perspectives. They exhibit the inclusiveness that is central to feminist pedagogy-a perspective that centers the educational enterprise in the analysis of the interconnectedness of social categories that have traditionally divided and given root to inequality and oppression and aims for no less than social transformation. Empowerment is a core value in gender education and the experiential approach nurtures that goal. This volume provides many examples of the power of learning through experience as the authors demonstrate that, "...the authority of the feminist teacher as intellectual and theorist finds expression in the goal of making students themselves theorists of their own lives by interrogating and analyzing their own experience." (Weiler, 1991) To stimulate the adaptation of the approaches described in these books, each volume includes an Activity / Methodology table that summarizes key elements of each example, such as class size, pedagogy, and other disciplinary applications. Click here for the table to this title.
📒Focus On Gender Identity ✍ Janice W. Lee
✏Focus on Gender Identity Book Summary : The authors describe hoe gender-related experiences influence and shape the ways people think about others and themselves including self-image, behaviour, mood, social advancement and coping strategies. Contains: Pathways to Depression in Adolescents: A Gender Comparison of the Contributing Intrapsychic Factors; Gender Differences in Personality Across Three Age Groups: A Comparison Based on Self-Ratings on the Polish Adjective List; Gender Differences in Type A Behaviour Pattern, Social Support and the Casual Relationship between them in a Japanese Sample; The Creative Personality in a Gender Perspective; Mapping Transdisciplinarity in Human Sciences; Gender Differences in EEF Narrow Band Spectral Measurements to Emotional Stimuli; Psychological Androgyny and Coping Flexibility: Do Androgynous Individuals Cope with Life Changes More Flexibly?
📒Gender Identity And The Culture Of Organizations ✍ Iiris Aaltio
✏Gender Identity and the Culture of Organizations Book Summary : Gender, Identity and the Culture of Organizations considers how organizations operate as spaces in which minds are gendered and men and women constructed. This edited collection brings together four powerful themes that have developed within the field of organizational analysis over the past two decades: organizational culture; the gendering of organizations; post-modernism and organizational analysis; and critical approaches to management. A range of essays by distinguished writers from countries including the UK, USA, Canada, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden, explore innovative methods for the critical theorizing of organizational cultures. In particular, the book reflects the growing interest in the impact of organizational identity formation and its implications for individuals and organizational outcomes in terms of gender. The book also introduces research designs, methods and methodologies by which can be used to explore the complex interrelationships between gender, identity and the culture of organizations.
📒Two Spirit People ✍ Sue-Ellen Jacobs
✏Two spirit People Book Summary : This landmark book combines the voices of Native Americans and non-Indians, anthropologists and others, in an exploration of gender and sexuality issues as they relate to lesbian, gay, transgendered, and other "marked" Native Americans. Focusing on the concept of two-spirit people--individuals not necessarily gay or lesbian, transvestite or bisexual, but whose behaviors or beliefs may sometimes be interpreted by others as uncharacteristic of their sex--this book is the first to provide an intimate look at how many two-spirit people feel about themselves, how other Native Americans treat them, and how anthropologists and other scholars interpret them and their cultures. 1997 Winner of the Ruth Benedict Prize for an edited book given by the Society of Lesbian and Gay Anthropologists.
📒Gender Identity ✍ Nicki Peter Petrikowski
✏Gender Identity Book Summary : The definition of gender has been evolving with society’s views on sexuality and this title offers readers an unbiased, non-political, and medical analysis of gender identity today. Topics covered include forms of being transgender, such as transexual, gender queer, and intersex, as well as how to accept one’s self, come out to friends and family, and deal with discrimination. Readers learn that gender is not the binary structure of male and female, as was believed in the past, but a more complex concept.