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Multicultural gender roles : applications for mental health and education

Title
Multicultural gender roles : applications for mental health and education / Marie L. Miville.
Format
Book
Published
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2013.
Description
xiv, 283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Other contributors
Miville, Marie L.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Gender Role Construction among Men and Women of Color / Marie L. Miville, Lucinda Bratini, Melissa J. Corpus, and Manuel A. Diaz. Gender and Gender Roles ; Racial-Ethnic Contexts of Gender and Gender Roles ; Constructivist Grounded Theory Method ; Concluding Remarks ; References.
  • Gender Roles among African American Men / Marie L. Miville and Joel Sahadath. Negotiating Gender Roles ; Negotiating Gender Roles Revisited ; Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators ; References.
  • Gender Roles among African American Women / Jorja A.K. Redway and Marie L. Miville. Conflict and Evolution of Gender Roles ; Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators ; References.
  • Latino Male Gender Roles / Manuel A. Diaz, Marie L. Miville, and Natalia Gil. Defining Male Gender Roles within a Latino Cultural/Family Context ; Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators ; References.
  • Latina Gender Roles / Lucinda Bratini, Marilyn C. Ampuero, and Marie L. Miville. Latinas in Process of Transformation and Negotiation ; Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators ; References.
  • Gender Roles among Asian / Asian American Men / Michael Y. Lau, Yu-Kang Chen, Jill Huang, and Marie L. Miville. Culture, Socializing Influences, and Agency in Gender Role Constructions ; Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators ; References.
  • Asian American Female Gender Roles / Melissa J. Corpus and Marie L. Miville. Model Minority, Model Woman / Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators / References.
  • Negotiating Multicultural Gender Roles: A Proposed Model / Marie L. Miville, Lucinda Bratini, Melissa J. Corpus, Michael Y. Lau, and Jorja A.K. Redway. Summary of Our Analyses ; Multicultural Gender Role Model ; Future Directions for Research and Practice ; Concluding Remarks ; References.
  • Appendix Supporting Research Materials ; Gender Role Interview Guide.
Summary
"Practical applications for mental health professionals and educators in helping clients and students understand and construct their roles within their schools, families, and communities. Edited by Dr. Marie Miville--a recognized authority on multicultural issues in counseling and psychology--Multicultural Gender Roles provides mental health professionals, educators, and students entering these fields with a solid research grounding on how people of color can reframe their gender roles in today's world. Featuring personal experiences and stories based on interviews with over sixty individuals from various racial-ethnic backgrounds, Multicultural Gender Roles explores: Gender role construction among men and women of color ; Latino and Latina gender roles ; Gender roles among Asian/Asian American men and women ; Gender roles among African American men and women ; Negotiating multicultural gender roles. Utilizing current theory and new research, Multicultural Gender Roles provides practical applications for mental health professionals and educators working with diverse populations."--Publisher's website.
Kinsey subjects
Gender role identification research.
ISBN
9781118145227 (pbk.)
1118145224 (pbk.)

Holdings

Library
Blmgtn - Kinsey Institute Library (by appointment only)
Call Number
150.83 M85 2013
Location
Auxiliary Library Facility - Kinsey Institute