9781118145227

Multicultural Gender Roles Applications for Mental Health and Education

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  • ISBN13:

    9781118145227

  • ISBN10:

    1118145224

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 5/28/2013
  • Publisher: Wiley
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Summary

The only book to focus on the racial-ethnic context of gender roles through the lived experiences of a diverse participant pool, Multicultural Gender Roles looks at gender role development among men and women of color. It lays a foundation of the current research and theory in this area to describe the research study that informs the book. Chapters are included on the research findings and themes as they apply to African American, Latino/a, and Asian American women and men rich case examples and applications to mental health practice.

Author Biography

MARIE L. MIVILLE, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Education in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University. Dr. Miville has conducted research and developed workshops on social attitudes and universal-diverse orientation, Latino/a mental health, and the interrelations of various aspects of identity, as based on race, culture, gender, and sexual orientation among populations of color.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Gender Role Construction among Men and Women of Color

Marie L. Miville, Lucinda Bratini, Melissa J. Corpus, and Manuel A. Diaz

Chapter 2 Gender Roles among African American Men

Marie L. Miville and Joel Sahadath

Chapter 3 Gender Roles Among African American Women

Jorja A.K. Redway and Marie L. Miville

Chapter 4 Latino Male Gender Roles

Manuel A. Diaz, Marie L. Miville, and Natalia Gil

Chapter 5 Latina Gender Roles

Lucinda Bratini , Marilyn C. Ampuero, and Marie L. Miville

Chapter 6 Gender Roles Among Asian/Asian American Men

Michael Y. Lau, Yu-Kang Chen, Jill Huang, and Marie L. Miville

Chapter 7 Asian American Female Gender Roles

Melissa J. Corpus and Marie L. Miville

Chapter 8 Negotiating Multicultural Gender Roles: A Proposed Model

Marie L. Miville, Lucinda Bratini, Melissa J. Corpus, Michael Y. Lau, and Jorja A.K. Redway

Appendix Supporting Research Materials

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