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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. RedwayAppendix Supporting Research Materials