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Advances In Gender Research

Author: Vasilikie Demos
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 9780762302673
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This series is aimed at presenting current methodological and theoretical research in the area of gender studies. It discusses topics such as gender labour markets and social policy, women and families in Costa Rica, and economic development, patriarchy, and intrahousehold dynamics.

Gender Panic Gender Policy

Author: Vasilikie P. Demos
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1787432602
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Using diverse theories and methods including analysis of on-line data, feminist critical discourse, fieldwork, grounded theory, and queer theory, this volume explores gender panic and policy in the United States and beyond.

Gendered Perspectives On Conflict And Violence

Author: Vasilikie Demos
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1783508949
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This volume offers understandings of the relationship between violence and gender from the global to the domestic level. Authors trace the history of feminist antiviolence efforts, theorize the reproduction of symbolic gender violence, and show how violence might be re-conceptualized in comparative and intersectional perspectives.

Advancing Gender Research From The Nineteenth To The Twenty First Centuries

Author: Marcia Texler Segal
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 184855026X
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Volume 12 of Advances in Gender Research consists of fourteen original essays contributed by a multi-national and multi-disciplinary group of scholars. Four essays discuss and analyze the writings of Harriet Martineau, a 19th century British author whose writings are now considered to be early examples of sociology and gender studies. The essays explore a range of Martineau's writings including her critical review of the Salem witch hunts and her letters to a young Irishman. Several essays focus on gendered implications of the state as defined on a national level or a supra-national one such as the European Union or the Eastern European Bloc. A third set of essays has gender and social institutions as its focus. The essays investigate family-related issues including power relations between same race and mixed race couples, childbearing, and the impact of religious fundamentalism, as well as issues related to aging, health and medicine, and sport. The essays complement one another in their examination of topics, issues and themes, adding nuance to contemporary knowledge in gender studies. The connections and parallels among essays are explored by an introductory essay by the editors.

Social Production And Reproduction At The Interface Of Public And Private Spheres

Author: Marcia Texler Segal
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1780528744
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This volume examines the ways individuals, families and societies strive to balance paid and unpaid labor, engage in parenting and accomplish other care-work, seek education for themselves and their children and respond to the mass media, sometimes under conditions of poverty or violence.

Gender Transformation In The Academy

Author: Vasilikie Demos
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ISBN: 9781784410698
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The forthcoming volume of Advances in Gender Research will focus on the transformation of gender in academic life.

At The Center

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Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1785600788
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This volume reflects on how the study of gender has changed and how studying gender has affected our research methods and our knowledge of the world around us. The interdisciplinary nature of gender studies and the cross-pollination of theoretical perspectives are illustrated as is the globalization of gender theory, research and policies.

The Creativity Challenge

Author: Martin Edmund Ginn
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 9781559389501
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This series is aimed at presenting current methodological and theoretical research in the area of gender studies. This first volume explores the subjects of gender, race and class, examining sexual roles in marriage and African-American gender relationships.

Gender And Race Matter

Author: Vasilikie Demos
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 9781786350381
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This innovative collection puts forward how women are able to challenge oppression through circumventing rules, roles, obligations and prejudice through a powerful agency. Chapters cover the experiences of women in different global settings related to education, political activism, corporeal violence, identity, sexuality, and poverty.