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PSYC 334 Psychology of Gender: Getting Started
Resources to assist your study of the psychology of gender
This course provides an examination of the relationship between sex and gender and other psychological processes. Topics include the biological and experiential foundations of gender roles, the formation of gender identity, and gender stereotypes. An appreciation for diversity is an integral part of this course and will be addressed in the text, lectures, and video segments.
a global, multidisciplinary, scholarly, social and behavioral science journal with a feminist perspective. It publishes original research reports as well as original theoretical papers and conceptual review articles that explore how gender organizes people’s lives and their surrounding worlds, including gender identities, belief systems, representations, interactions, relations, organizations, institutions, and statuses.
interdisciplinary and cross-national in scope focusing on gender and gender equity, this journal publishes basic and applied research examining gender relationships as well as the impact of economic, legal, political, and social forces on those relationships
an internationally acclaimed, peer-reviewed publication devoted to publishing a wide variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary scholarship to foster a thorough understanding of the complexities, nuances, and the multifaceted aspects of sexuality and gender
A useful guide made available by the ICPSR (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research), a member organization that maintains and provides access to datasets for research and instruction. Pepperdine Libraries is a member.
Includes new findings in brain and genetic research inform a wealth of new material, including a new chapter on sex differences in patterns of life history development; expanded coverage of genetic research (e.g. DNA finger printing to determine paternity as related to male-male competition in primates); fatherhood in humans; cross-cultural patterns of sex differences in choosing and competing for mates; and, genetic, hormonal, and socio-cultural influences on the expression of sex differences. Finally, through his motivation to control framework, Geary presents a theoretical bridge linking parenting, mate choices, and competition, with children's development and sex differences in brain and cognition.
Judith Roof argues that genders are much more than binary. And they are constantly morphing: they are conscious and unconscious, simultaneously conventional and idiosyncratic. At any moment, more than one gender dynamic is at work in any individual. .
Explores how feelings about gender have changed over three interrelated generations of women and men of different social classes during the twentieth century. Nielsen suggests a new way of conducting psychosocial research that focuses on generational psychological patterns of gender identities and gendered subjectivities in times of change from a psychoanalytic perspective.
This second edition helps users produce crisp scientific communication, form concise unambiguous arguments, and render technical information clear and comprehensible, incorporating the latest guidelines contained within the 6th edition of the APA Publication Manual. Includes material on how to adapt APA style for poster presentations using PowerPoint, and for oral presentations. Contains a new section on using the Internet to present research papers and a new chapter on conducting a literature search, to guide students through databases, keywords, sources, and connections between articles. Highlights methods for selecting a research topic and organizing papers.