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Title Shaping the future of feminist psychology : education, research, and practice / edited by Judith Worell and Norine G. Johnson
Edition First edition
Published Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [1997]


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Description xvii, 266 pages ; 26 cm
Series Psychology of women book series
Psychology of women book series.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction: Creating the Future: Process and Promise in Feminist Practice / Judith Worell and Norine G. Johnson -- Ch. 2. Feminist Theory and Psychological Practice / Mary Brabeck and Laura Brown -- Ch. 3. Feminist Perspectives on Assessment / Maryann Santos de Barona and Mary Ann Dutton -- Ch. 4. Feminist Therapy: From Dialogue to Tenets / Karen Fraser Wyche and Joy K. Rice -- Ch. 5. Feminist Research: Practice and Problems / Frances K. Grossman, Lucia A. Gilbert and Nancy P. Genero [et al.] -- Ch. 6. Feminist Curriculum Development: Principles and Resources / Jean Lau Chin and Nancy Felipe Russo -- Ch. 7. Preaching What We Practice: Principles and Strategies of Feminist Pedagogy / Ellen Kimmel and Judith Worell -- Ch. 8. Covision: Feminist Supervision, Process, and Collaboration / Natalie Porter and Melba Vasquez -- Ch. 9. Diversity: Advancing an Inclusive Feminist Psychology / Beverly Greene and Janis Sanchez-Hucles
Ch. 10. Postdoctoral Training in Feminist Psychological Practice / Norine G. Johnson and Pamela Remer -- Ch. 11. Feminist Student Voices -- Ch. 12. Afterword / Norine G. Johnson and Judith Worell
Summary "This book is the collective outcome of the first National Conference on Education and Training in Feminist Practice, convened to explore, integrate, and create a cohesive agenda for training and educating in feminist practice for the next decade. It brings together the nation's foremost feminist psychologists to address how psychology can be recreated in keeping with feminist principles and practices." "Shaping the Future of Feminist Psychology explores how widely held feminist tenets, such as empowerment, diversity, and the value of all voices, can be integrated across the field of psychology - specifically in the areas of theory, assessment, therapy, curriculum, pedagogy, research, diversity issues, supervision, and postdoctoral training. Each chapter presents a set of principles to guide future development in these areas and explores practices that embody these principles." "This volume will be of interest to psychologists who wish to incorporate feminist principles into their work and to educators who wish to institute a gender-sensitive curriculum within undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral training."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Feminist psychology.
Author Johnson, Norine G.
Worell, Judith, 1928-
LC no. 97017947
ISBN 1557984484 (alk. paper)
Other Titles Feminist psychology
OTHER TI PsycBOOKS collection