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Psychology of Women Section Review Vol 18.1 Spring 2016

Psychology of Women Section Review Vol 18.1 Spring 2016

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of the psychology of women.




Lisa Lazard & Jane Callaghan

Man vs. Vagina - a Foucauldian analysis of men's discourses about the perfect vagina and female genital grooming
Emilie Epperlein & Irina Anderson, Winner of the British Psychological Society, Psychology of Women Section Prize 2015

Global feminisms in a time of migration? Gender sexuality and asylum in South Africa
Ingrid Palmary

Celebrity 'rape-rape': An analysis of feminist and media definitions of sexual violence
Jemma Tosh

Tattooed female bodies: Considerations from the literature
Charlotte Dann, Jane Callaghan & Lisa Fellin

Current research on violence against women: An exploration of the experience of therapists working with clients who have suffered female genital mutilation in childhood
Farah Nadeem

Commentary: Fracking is a feminist issue: An intersectional ecofeminist commentary on natural resource extraction and rape
Jemma Tosh & Maya Gislason

Tough old boots
Helen Owton

In conversation with... Marvina Newton
Glen Jankowski

In conversation with... Lara A. King
Helen Owton

In conversation with... Polly Neate
Joanne Alexander

Conference Review
Discussing pertinent issues in perplexing times: A review on the 9th biennial ISCHP conference in South Africa
Melissa Jade Sparrow

Event Review
Gendered Bodies in Visible Spaces
Jenny Slater

Book Review
Introducing Gender and Women's Studies
Diane Richardson & Victoria Robinson (Eds.)
Reviewed by Charlotte Dann

Book Review
Gender, Power and Organization: A Psychological Perspective on
Life at Work

Paula Nicolson
Reviewed by Sally Johnson

Book Review
Why Feminism?
Lynne Segal
Reviewed by Rowan Sandle

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