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by Ann M. Kibbey,Carol Siegel

  • ISBN: 0814780075
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Ann M. Kibbey,Carol Siegel
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NYU Press (July 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 382 pages
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Genders 21: Forming and . Carol Siegel is Associate Professor of English at Washington State University, Vancouver and author of Lawrence Among the Women: Wavering Boundaries in Women's Literary Traditions and Male Masochism: Modern Revisions of the Story of Love. Series: Nyu Press Women's Classics (Book 21).

Siegel, Carol, Gilmore, John, Kibbey, Ann. ISBN-13.

Genders 21: Forming and Reforming Identity (Nyu Press Women's Classics) Genders 21: Forming and Reforming Identity. New York University Press. Siegel, Carol, Gilmore, John, Kibbey, Ann.

by Carol Siegel and Ellen E. Berry. Genders 21. Forming and Reforming Identity. Sex Positives? Cultural Politics of Dissident Sexualities. Genders 24. On Your Left: The New Historical Materialism. Genders 22. Postcommunism and the Body Politic.

Ann Kibbey received a . in English from Cornell University and a P. in American Civilization from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Colorado, she taught English, American Studies, and Comparative Literature at Yale University.

In Genders 21: Forming and Reforming Identity, ed. Carol, Siegel and Ann, Kibbey. Feminism and Suffrage: The Emergence of an Independent Women’s Movement in America, 1848-1869. New York, 1995, 3-29.

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Gender identity, an individual’s self-conception as a man or woman or as a boy or girl or as some combination . The nature and development of gender identity have been studied and disputed by psychologists, philosophers, and social activists since the late 20th century.

Gender identity, an individual’s self-conception as a man or woman or as a boy or girl or as some combination of man/boy and woman/girl or as someone fluctuating between man/boy and woman/girl or as someone outside those categories altogether. So-called essentialists hold that gender identity is fixed at birth by genetic or other biological factors.

Gender representations reproduce and legitimate gender systems. Compared to females, males are represented nearly twice as often in titles and . times as often as central characters. By no measure in any book series (. Caldecott award winners, Little Golden Books, and books listed in the Children’s Catalog) are females represented more frequently than males.

Forming and Reforming Identity exposes the historical sites of identity formation and seeks to define the mechanisms of modern-day gender ideologies. Illuminating the power of the family and state in shaping gender identities, the book also examines the constitution of these identities. Each chapter reveals the complexities and contradictions that inevitably accompany the formation of any new category of identity, whether they are deliberately restrictive or intended as a reformation of the old.

The volume moves, as gender construction does, across a field of different media: novels, plays, teleplays, films, official documents, political theory, and advertisements. Four sections—REMOLDING WOMAN; REBELLING MAN; HOMEMADE IDENTITIES; and FEMINISMS THAT MAKE (A) DIFFERENCE—address such subjects as the representation of American women in the 1950s; nationalism and respectable sexuality in India; women, Hollywood cinema, and World War II; compulsory heterophobia; and the televising of AIDS.>[ go to the Genders website ]



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