Gender and Socialization to Power and Politics

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Rita Mae Kelly
Psychology Press, 1986 - 91 pages
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This thought-provoking book illustrates how the interaction of childhood socialization and the reality of the adult woman's life produces variations in political attitudes and in perceptions of available options for political behavior. Important suggestions for facilitating resocialization to feminism and increasing political participation are included.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Life Space and Gender Politics in an East Texas Community
27
Political
51
Questions About Women and Politics
79
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