Gender in a Transitional Era

Gender in a Transitional Era : Changes and Challenges

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Gender in a Transitional Era addresses a range of issues relevant in current gender and sexuality studies scholarship which span many disciplines. The contributors prioritize the critical thinking that continues to support the notion that we, as a society, still have a ways to go toward full gender equality in all spheres of life. This collection positions marginal voices at the center of complex gender issues in today s society. Broad thematic topic areas include parental identities, advice, and self-help; gender performances and role expectations in media; interacting within organizational and social spaces; and tensions and negotiations on politics, health, and feminisms. Though there is still much work to be done concerning an array of gender equality issues, scholars in this collection interrogate a transitional era of gender in which changes are evident, yet challenges persist."show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • Lexington Books
  • United States
  • English
  • 0739188445
  • 9780739188446

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Gender in a Transitional Era is a compendium of essays addressing some of the important topics facing women and menthatlend themselves to illuminating analysis from a feministperspective ongender, race, and class. Itupdates some older debates, expands them to reflect the currentrealities of the multiplicities of identity, nationality, and culture, and leaves readers with a forward-looking perspective on social actionin a time of ever-greater technological mediation. This collection introduces students to subjects of great political, economic, andsocietal concern and provides a platform from which deeper explorations can take place.--Sarah Stein, North Carolina State University"show more

About Amanda R Martinez

Amanda R. Martinez is assistant professor in communication studies, sociology, and gender and sexuality studies at Davidson College. Lucy J. Miller is adjunct professor in the Department of Arts and Humanities at the University of more