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Gender as soft assembly

Author: Adrienne Harris
Publisher: Hillsdale, NJ : Analytic Press, 2004.
Series: Relational perspectives book series, 25
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Opposing the traditional notion of development as the linear unfolding of predictable stages, Adrienne Harris argues that children become gendered in multiply configured contexts. And she proffers  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adrienne Harris
ISBN: 0881633704 9780881633702
OCLC Number: 217418393
Description: x, 320 Seiten.
Contents: Introduction I. Relational Developmental Theory 1. Multiple Selves, Multiple Codes 2. Timelines and Temporalities3. Chaos Theory as a Theory of DevelopmentII. Gender as a Soft Assembly 4. Gender Narratives in Psychoanalysis5. Tomboys' Stories6. Gender as a Strange Attractor: Gender's Multidimensionality7. Genders Emerge in Contexts8. Clinical and Theoretical Approaches to Gender As a Soft AssemblyIII. Developmental Theory and Research 9. Developmental Applications of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems Theory: Learning How to Mean10. Dynamic Skills Theory: Relational Mourning as Shared Labor
Series Title: Relational perspectives book series, 25
Responsibility: Adrienne Harris.


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"In this dazzling tour de force, Adrienne Harris reminds us why she is a leading relational thinker and theorist of gender, even as she goes one enormous step further in presenting an original theory Read more...

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