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Title Sex, power, conflict : evolutionary and feminist perspectives / edited by David M. Buss, Neil M. Malamuth
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1996


Description 1 online resource (339 pages) : illustrations
Series OUP E-Books
Contents I. Evolutionary perspectives. Evolutionary psychology and marital conflict / Martin Daly and Margo Wilson -- Power, harassment, and trophy mates : the feminist advantages of an evolutionary perspective / Douglas T. Kenrick, Melanie R. Trost, and Virgil L. Sheets -- Sexual harassment / Michael V. Studd -- Psychological adaptation to sexual coercion in victims and offenders / Nancy Wilmsen Thornhill. II. Feminist perspectives. Where are the gender differences? Where are the gender similarities? / Janet Shibley Hyde -- Is rape sex or violence? : conceptual issues and implications / Charlene M. Muehlenhard, Sharon Danoff-Berg, and Irene G. Powch -- Alcohol, misperception, and sexual assault : how and why are they linked? / Antonia Abbey [and others] -- The threat of rape : its psychological impact on nonvictimized women / Gerd Bohmer and Norbert Schwarz. III. Integrating evolutionary and feminist perspectives. Sexual politics : the gender gap in the bedroom, the cupboard, and the cabinet / Felicia Pratto -- Male aggression against women : an evolutionary perspective / Barbara Smuts -- The confluence model of sexual aggression : feminist and evolutionary perspectives / Neil M. Malamuth -- Sexual conflict : evolutionary insights into feminism and the "battle of the sexes" / David M. Buss
Summary PART I: Evolutionary Perspectives. 1. Evolutionary Psychology and Marital Conflict, Martin Daly and Margo Wilson. 2. Power, Harassment, and Trophy Mates: The Feminist Advantages of an Evolutionary Perspective, Douglas T. Kenrick, Melanie R. Trost, and Virgil Sheets. 3. Sexual Harassment, Michael V. Studd. 4. Psychological Adaptation to Sexual Coercion in Victims and Offenders, Nancy Wilmsen Thornhill. PART II: Feminist Perspectives. 5. Where Are the Gender Differences? Where Are the Gender Similarities?, Janet Shibley Hyde. 6. Is Rape Sex or Violence? Conceptual Issues and Implications, Charle
Analysis Sexual abuse
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 316-318) and indexes
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Subject Man-woman relationships.
Acquaintance rape.
Dating violence.
Family violence.
Sexual harassment.
Sex (Psychology)
Genetic psychology.
Feminist theory.
Sexual harassment of women.
Sexual harassment of men.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Human Sexuality.
SELF-HELP -- Sexual Instruction.
Sexual harassment of women
Sexual harassment of men
Acquaintance rape
Dating violence
Family violence
Feminist theory
Genetic psychology
Man-woman relationships
Sex (Psychology)
Sexual harassment
Seksueel geweld.
Sexo e sexualidade (sociologia)
Violencia (sociologia)
Relations hommes-femmes.
Violence familiale.
Form Electronic book
Author Buss, David M
Malamuth, Neil M.
ISBN 9780195355994