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Psycho-Feminism: Conceptualisation and Criticism (In 2 Volumes)

K L Kerber (Author)
Synopsis This title, "Psycho-Feminism" is a historical and Conceptual analysis of the women psyche compiled in two volumes. First volume deals with feminist opposition of mainstream psychology, a discipline deeply implicated in the patriarchal control of women. All reputed feminist psychologists have challenged the operation of male power in psychology which ignores diversity, typically considering 'women' as a unitary category. The second volume describes gender anxiety and feminine morality. It has also emphasized on the post-feminist psycho-analytical theory, media interventions and film theory. Despite the disagreements among five different feminist traditions, all of them have enabled feminists to make important interventions in the mainstream psychology.
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About the author

K L Kerber

K.L. Kerber is one of the leading psycho-analysts and feminist writer who made an important contribution on women psychology. She did M.A. and M.Phil. from Calcutta University and obtained the doctorate degree from Columbia University. Presently, she is working as a psycho-analyst in New York. She produced number research papers published in the journal of international repute.

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Title Psycho-Feminism: Conceptualisation and Criticism (In 2 Volumes)
Author K L Kerber
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.02.2011
Edition Rev.ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187746203, 9788182203921
length xi+719p., References; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.