Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-153) and index.
|Statement||Barbara A. Winstead, Valerian J. Derlega, Suzanna Rose.|
|Series||Sage series on close relationships|
|Contributions||Derlega, Valerian J., Rose, Suzanna.|
|LC Classifications||HM132 .W56 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|ISBN 10||0803971664, 0803971672|
|LC Control Number||96051269|
SAGE, - Family & Relationships - pages 0 Reviews Feminist research is having an increasing impact on the study of families and close relationships. In this book, each contributor. Gender and close relationships. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, © (OCoLC) Online version: Winstead, Barbara A. Gender and close relationships. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Barbara A Winstead; Valerian J Derlega; Suzanna Rose. The articles in this JSI issue focus on how gender, gender role identity, and attitudes toward gender roles may affect the nature of relationships and how relationships may affect an individual's gender (including, behaviors, attitudes, and self‐perceptions).Though the focus is mainly on heterosexual relationships and U.S. samples, research on lesbian/gay and parent‐child relationships as Cited by: Provides a brief summarization of 12 articles focusing on how gender, gender role identity, and attitudes toward gender roles may affect the nature of relationships, and how relationships may affect an individual's gender (including behaviors, attitudes, and self-perceptions). Although the focus is mainly on heterosexual relationships, lesbian/gay relationships are also examined.
“This new collection on interpersonal and family relationships, edited by Donna L. Sollie and Leigh A. Leslie, makes a worthy contribution to our understanding of the strengths and challenges of feminist research methodology.” --National Forum Feminist research is increasingly being used in the study of families and close relationships. Julia Wood, Chapter 9 – Gendered Close Relationships Gendered ideas play a big part on how male and female behave in relationships. The expectations for each sex in relationships have been set by other gender stereotypes. For example, that men don’t like to talk, that for women it is important to be reassured, and so forth. Gender, Power, and Communication in Human Relationships By Pamela J. Kalbfleisch; Michael J. Cody Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on gender communication differences. Gendered Lives Chapter 9- Gendered Close Relationships This chapter discusses the differences in gendered close relationships. There are two models that show the differences in masculine and feminine orientation to close relationships. The first model is the male deficit model.
The science of close relationships is relatively new and complex. Close Relationships: A Sourcebook represents the growing maturity of this multidisciplinary enterprise. The volume offers 26 chapters organized into four thematic areas: relationship methods, forms, processes, and threats, as well as a foreword and an epilogue. The book broadens and reframes our understanding of gender by carefully examining both gender similarities and differences and how they are constructed through activities. This is an important book that should be read by everyone with an interest in better understanding relationships between the sexes."Reviews: 1. This edited book is a valuable reference for readers interested in attraction and close relationships. Chapters explore the factors that influence attraction and relationship development in diverse partnerships and populations (among children, adolescents, the elderly, homosexual and heterosexual adults, etc.). Huston, Ted L., ed. Fiction Books About Gender Identity Orlando by Virginia Woolf. One of the classics of queer literature, Virginia Woolf’s Orlando stands singular amongst its peers as a novel centering on gender and identity. For Woolf, for whom gender was a constriction both in terms of her career and her romantic life, Orlando seems an exploration of a world in which the binary is infinitely more flexible.