Gendered Realities
$39.99

Gendered Realities

By Patricia Mohammed
US$ 39.99
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Book Description
Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: The Material of Gender
  • PART I: NEW RUM IN OLD BARRELS: IDEAS IN FEMINIST THEORY AND METHODOLOGY
    • 1 Essentialisrn versus Constructivism: Time for a Rapprochement?
    • 2 Reconceptualizing Voice: The Role of Matrifocality in Shaping Theories and Caribbean Voices
    • 3 The Double Paradox
    • 4 Is the Caribbean Male an Endangered Species?
    • 5 Gendered Methodologies and Feminist Awakenings
  • PART II: DECIPHERING THE SCRIPT: GENDER AND HISTORIOGRAPHY
    • 6 Constructing Visibility: Indian Women in the Jamaican Segment of the Indian Diaspora
    • 7 Gender and the Historiography of the English-Speaking Caribbean
  • PART III: UNLOCKING THE DOORS: GENDER IN THE ACADEMY
    • 8 Women and Development Studies: Moving from the Periphery
    • 9 Gendered Realities: Fact or Fiction?: The Realities in a Secondary Level Coeducational Classroom
    • 10 Gender Issues in Science Education
    • 11 Gender Stereotypes: Perceptions and Awareness of a Sample of Jamaican Adolescents
  • PART IV: HOUSEKEEPING MATTERS: WOMEN'S ROLES IN FAMILY, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY
    • 12 Women Entrepreneurs and Economic Marginality: Rethinking Caribbean Women's Economic Relations
    • 13 Gender, Ethnicity and Familial Ideology in Georgetown, Guyana: Household Structure and Female Labour Force Participation Reconsidered
    • 14 Middle-Aged and Older Women in Jamaica
  • PART V: THE DOUBLE TAKE: GENDER AND THE LITERARY IMAGINATION
    • 15 Rereading Our Classics: In the Castle of My Skin and The Lonely Londoners
    • 16 Androgyny and Miscegenation in The Crying Game: The Case for a Performative Model of Gender and Race
    • 17 From Object to Subject: The Affirmation of Female Subjectivity in Quince Duncan's La Paz del Pueblo and Kimbo
    • 18 Crossing Boundaries: Race, Gender, Identity in Short Narrative Fiction by Women Writers of the Dominican Republic
    • 19 Standing in the Place of Love: Sex, Love and Loss in Jamaica Kincaid's Writing
  • PART VI: SPEAKING THEIR PIECE: WOMEN, GENDER AND THE MEDIA
    • 20 Gender as a Dynamic Concept in the Media
    • 21 The Presence of Women in Caribbean Media
    • 22 Saga of a Flagwoman
    • 23 Woman of the Shadows
  • PART VII: MADE IN THE CARIBBEAN: CONSTRUCTING GENDER
    • 24 Grandma's Estate
    • 25 Diary Pages 1980–1990
    • 26 "We Kind of Family"
    • 27 Gender and Adult Sexuality
    • 28 Crowing Hens Are Not Aberrant: Gender, Culture and Performance Conversation – A Jamaican Perspective
    • 29 Envisioning a Politics of Change within Caribbean Gender Relations
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