Gender on Campus: Issues for College Women
Rutgers University Press, 1998 - 308 páginas
Gender on Campus is the first book to combine solid analyses of the broad range of gender issues for women in college with realistic approaches to heighten awareness and alleviate problems. Written for students, the book first clarifies the concept of feminism and then examines gender dynamics in a variety of settings and contexts-from the classroom to the sports field and from language to social life. Sharon Gmelch probes sexism, racism, and homophobia on campus and surveys the special issues facing diverse women students. The book also addresses issues relating to body image and sexuality. Its final chapters analyze the role gender continues to play after college-in the media, workplace, and politics.
After a thorough discussion of a topic, each chapter concludes with possibilities for action ("What You Can Do") as well as a selected bibliography of books, videos, and organizations that students can consult. Gender on Campus is an invaluable resource for students, parents, and administrators, as well as an excellent text for women's studies courses.
Sexism in the Genderless
Language and Gender
Women and Sports
Sexual Identity and Homophobia
Racism in the Colorblind Academy
Beyond the Coed
Women and Disability
Sexuality and Reproductive Issues
Rape and Sexual Assault
Women in the Media
Women and Work
Women and Politics
APPENDIX Safety on Campus
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