The War on Women in the United States.

By: Nadler, Joel TContributor(s): Lowery, Meghan RMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (302 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781440842115Subject(s): Sexism-United States | Sex role-United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The War on Women in the United States: Beliefs, Tactics, and the Best DefensesDDC classification: 305.40973 LOC classification: HQ1237.5.U6 .W37 2018Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Ackowledgments -- PART I THE BATTLEFIELDS -- CHAPTER 1 Traditional Gender Roles: Social and Cultural Influences on Oppression and Resistance -- CHAPTER 2 The Dehumanization of Girls and Women through Legislation and Human Resource Policies: A View of Bullying in Schools, Reproductive Justice, and Work-Life Incompatibility -- CHAPTER 3 Modern Gender Roles and Stereotypes: The Cultural Funneling of Individuals toward Gendered Choices -- CHAPTER 4 "Playing the Woman Card?": The Gendered Politics of the War on Women -- PART II THE BATTLES -- CHAPTER 5 Law and Order: Women's Legal Rights-Legal, Legislative, and Enforcement Realities -- CHAPTER 6 Technologies of Sexism and the Perpetuation of Job Segregation: A Social Status Threat-Stress Model -- CHAPTER 7 Subtle Barriers and Bias in STEM: How Stereotypes Constrain Women's STEM Participation and Career Progress -- CHAPTER 8 Does the Government Own My Body? The Reproductive Health of Women -- PART III SKIRMISHES -- CHAPTER 9 Shards of the Glass Ceiling and Glass Cliff: How Individual Discrimination Still Exists in the Face of Legal Sanction -- CHAPTER 10 Gender and Sexualized Aggression in the Workplace -- CHAPTER 11 When You Can't Escape the Battlefield: Sexual Violence at Home and at Work -- CHAPTER 12 Gender Inequality in Work-Life Balance: Barriers and Solutions for Women's Navigation of the Work-Family Interface -- Final Thoughts -- Index -- About the Editors and Contributors -- About the Series Editor and Advisory Board -- About the Series.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Ackowledgments -- PART I THE BATTLEFIELDS -- CHAPTER 1 Traditional Gender Roles: Social and Cultural Influences on Oppression and Resistance -- CHAPTER 2 The Dehumanization of Girls and Women through Legislation and Human Resource Policies: A View of Bullying in Schools, Reproductive Justice, and Work-Life Incompatibility -- CHAPTER 3 Modern Gender Roles and Stereotypes: The Cultural Funneling of Individuals toward Gendered Choices -- CHAPTER 4 "Playing the Woman Card?": The Gendered Politics of the War on Women -- PART II THE BATTLES -- CHAPTER 5 Law and Order: Women's Legal Rights-Legal, Legislative, and Enforcement Realities -- CHAPTER 6 Technologies of Sexism and the Perpetuation of Job Segregation: A Social Status Threat-Stress Model -- CHAPTER 7 Subtle Barriers and Bias in STEM: How Stereotypes Constrain Women's STEM Participation and Career Progress -- CHAPTER 8 Does the Government Own My Body? The Reproductive Health of Women -- PART III SKIRMISHES -- CHAPTER 9 Shards of the Glass Ceiling and Glass Cliff: How Individual Discrimination Still Exists in the Face of Legal Sanction -- CHAPTER 10 Gender and Sexualized Aggression in the Workplace -- CHAPTER 11 When You Can't Escape the Battlefield: Sexual Violence at Home and at Work -- CHAPTER 12 Gender Inequality in Work-Life Balance: Barriers and Solutions for Women's Navigation of the Work-Family Interface -- Final Thoughts -- Index -- About the Editors and Contributors -- About the Series Editor and Advisory Board -- About the Series.

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Joel T. Nadler , PhD, is associate professor of psychology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE), Edwardsville, IL. He is also director of the SIUE Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master's program.

Meghan R. Lowery , PhD, is an organizational psychologist based in Indianapolis, IN.

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