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Tripping The Prom Queen

Author: Susan Shapiro Barash
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312334321
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A psychological investigation into female rivalry negates popular beliefs about how women interact, contending that most women engage in covertly competitive behaviors, exploring the sources of rivalry among women, and detailing the ways in which female and male competitiveness differ. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.

Indirect And Direct Aggression

Author: Karin Osterman
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783631600283
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"Indirect and Direct Aggression" consists of 24 chapters written by distinguished scholars within the field of aggression research, covering indirect aggression, bullying in schools, adult bullying, and societal and biological aspects of aggression. Indirect aggression is the most typical form of aggression used by women in most cultures. It is an aggressive strategy that is carried out by means of social manipulation that enables the perpetrator to go unnoticed and thereby escape retaliation. Knowledge about indirect aggression and its mechanisms is crucial for all anti-bullying efforts, among children and adults alike. Although briefly covered in early research on human aggression, the study of indirect aggression originates, beginning from the mid-1980s, from a research group in Finland, lead by Professor Kaj Bjorkqvist of Abo Akademi University. The book can be used as a textbook at university level."

Flying Grounded

Author: Tami McCandlish
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595458394
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As a teenager, Tami McCandlish loved life. She was an honor-roll student, a star athlete, and was happy, outgoing, and confident. But those blissful days were cut short when the highly destructive strategies of an all-girl alliance sent her emotional well-being and stability into a downward spiral. As a result of the abuse by her peers, McCandlish found herself becoming a reactive aggressor, a characterization that further ostracized her from her classmates, friends, and community and left her pleading to God that He would end her life. Not until her adult years did she connect with the power of Jesus Christ and overcome the many wounds of her past. Tami McCandlish's Flying Grounded illustrates the complex problems and secret suffering felt by many girls and women. Through her extensively chronicled experiences, McCandlish successfully demonstrates the importance of helping young girls and women find the validation they need to cope with bullying. She also challenges you to evaluate your relational experiences, raise your standards of compassion, and explore your faith. Touching upon a little-known topic, Flying Grounded offers hope and inspiration for those who suffer from female bullying.

Die Asche Meiner Mutter

Author: Frank McCourt
Publisher: Luchterhand Literaturverlag
ISBN: 3641118654
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Frank McCourts Erinnerungen an seine Jugend in den dreißiger Jahren gehören zum Schrecklichsten und zugleich Schönsten, was je über Irland und die irische Seele geschrieben wurde Jetzt verfilmt von Alan Parker mit Emily Watson und Robert Carlyle in den Hauptrollen.

Tausend Kleine L Gen

Author: Liane Moriarty
ISBN: 3732514781
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Jane flieht vor ihrer Vergangenheit. Sie hat es seit der Geburt ihres Sohnes vor fünf Jahren nirgendwo länger ausgehalten. Nun ist sie im idyllischen australischen Küstenstädtchen Pirriwee gestrandet und hat das Gefühl, endlich angekommen zu sein. Schnell schließt sie Freundschaft mit der lebhaften Madeline und der wunderschönen Celeste. Doch plötzlich geraten die drei Frauen in den Strudel von dunklen Geheimnissen, Lügen und Intrigen. Als dann bei einem Elternschulfest ein Mann tödlich verunglückt, stellt sich die Frage: War es ein Unfall oder Mord?

Die 24 Gesetze Der Verf Hrung

Author: Robert Greene
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
ISBN: 3446440623
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Verführung ist der Schlüssel zum Erfolg: in der Liebe, in der Politik, in der Wirtschaft. In seinem Bestseller "Die 24 Gesetze der Verführung", der hier als Kompaktausgabe vorliegt, zeigt Robert Greene, wie man mit Charme und Überzeugungskraft andere Menschen beeinflussen und auf Abwege bringen kann. Er präsentiert das ganze Wissen, das sich im Lauf der Weltgeschichte über die Kunst der Verführung angehäuft hat: von Kleopatra über John F. Kennedy, Ovid und Casanova bis Freud. Und er erklärt die Regeln dieses amoralischen Spiels, dem sich keiner entziehen kann ...

Little White Lies Deep Dark Secrets

Author: Susan Shapiro Barash
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429984188
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From the bestselling author of Tripping the Prom Queen comes a fascinating and provocative look at the reasons behind female deception. Little White Lies, Deep Dark Secrets reveals how society doles out mixed messages to women, fostering the lies they tell. Among the liars are: •A woman who shoplifts, and has it "down to a science" •A woman who tells her husband she is working late in order to be with her lover •A woman who lies about her children's achievements to her friends •A woman who pretends her husband is doing well when they are going broke •A woman who has covered up her husband's emotional abuse for years •A woman whose secret is her misery in being a stay-at-home mom in suburbia •A woman who lies about loving her partner, deciding it's better to stay than be alone •And many other secrets and deceptions Honest and even outrageous, Susan Shapiro Barash is fast becoming the author who explores issues that are important to women—issues that they are loath to talk about . . . until now.

Evolution S Empress

Author: Maryanne L. Fisher
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019989275X
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Over the last decade, there has been increasing debate as to whether feminism and evolutionary psychology can co-exist. Such debates often conclude with a resounding "no," often on the grounds that the former is a political movement while the latter is a field of scientific inquiry. In the midst of these debates, there has been growing dissatisfaction within the field of evolutionary psychology about the way the discipline (and others) have repeatedly shown women to be in passive roles when it comes to survival and reproduction. Evolutionary behavioral research has made significant strides in the past few decades, but continues to take for granted many theoretical assumption that are perhaps, in light of the most recent evidence, misguided. As a result, the research community has missed important areas of research, and in some cases, will likely come to inaccurate conclusions based on existing dogma, rather than rigorous, theoretically driven research. Bias in the field of evolutionary psychology echoes the complaints against the political movement attached to academic feminisms. This is an intellectual squabble where much is at stake, including a fundamental understanding of the evolutionary significance of women's roles in culture, mothering, reproductive health and physiology, mating, female alliances, female aggression, and female intrasexual competition. Evolution's Empress identifies women as active agents within the evolutionary process. The chapters in this volume focus on topics as diverse as female social interactions, mate competition and mating strategies, motherhood, women's health, sex differences in communication and motivation, sex discrimination, and women in literature. The volume editors bring together a diverse range of perspectives to demonstrate ways in which evolutionary approaches to human behavior have thus far been too limited. By reconsidering the role of women in evolution, this volume furthers the goal of generating dialogue between the realms of women's studies and evolutionary psychology.

What A Girl Wants

Author: Diane Negra
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135253420
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From domestic goddess to desperate housewife, What a Girl Wants? explores the importance and centrality of postfeminism in contemporary popular culture. Focusing on a diverse range of media forms, including film, TV, advertising and journalism, Diane Negra holds up a mirror to the contemporary female subject who finds herself centralized in commodity culture to a largely unprecedented degree at a time when Hollywood romantic comedies, chick-lit, and female-centred primetime TV dramas all compete for her attention and spending power. The models and anti-role models analyzed in the book include the chick flick heroines of princess films, makeover movies and time travel dramas, celebrity brides and bravura mothers, ‘Runaway Bride’ sensation Jennifer Wilbanks, the sex workers, flight attendants and nannies who maintain such a high profile in postfeminist popular culture, the authors of postfeminist panic literature on dating, marriage and motherhood and the domestic gurus who propound luxury lifestyling as a showcase for the ‘achieved’ female self.