Gender, Power, and Organisation: A Psychological Perspective

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Index
Page numbers in bold denote major section/chapter devoted to subject
a
academic profession 27 , 97 ;
case study of femininity at work 81 -3;
women in x , 28 ;
see also universities
academic psychology 13 , 39 ;
and concept of unitary individual 3 - 4 , 5 , 14 - 15 , 30 ;
critique of as basis of gender relations 3 - 4 , 5 , 10 , 17 , 20 , 23 -4, 25 , 30
American Psychological Association 27
anatomy 9 - 10 , 51 , 52 -4
anxiety 94 , 113 ;
individual defences against 96- 9;
Klein on 95 -6;
and men 114 -15;
organisations' defence mechanism against 113 -14
Apter, T. 102
Archer, John 75 , 76 -7, 78 , 84
Asian women 40

b
Beano, The76 -7
'beauty myth' 54 -6
Bell, C. and Newby, H. 140 -1
Bem, Sandra 44 -5, 65
Bem Sex Role Inventory 44 , 65
Benokraitis, N.V. and and Feagin, J.R. 106 , 128
Berger, P.: and Kellner, H. 45 ;
and Luckman 39
biography 7 , 91 , 44-6,54 ;
and accumulation of experience 12 , 32 , 45 , 46 ;
importance of 37 , 46 ;
reflecting on 46-50
biology 9 - 10 , 51 , 52 -4
Bleier, R. 16
BMA (British Medical Association) 111
BMJ (British Medical Journal) 132
boundaries 140 ;
and connectedness 143-7;
fluidity of 140 , 143 -4, 147 ;
gender 77 -8;
management of 139 , 144 , 152
boys:
and gender role socialisation 75 , 76 -8
'bra burning' 22
breadwinner role:
relationship with masculinity 89
Breakwell, Glynis 8 , 11 , 66
Brennan, Teresa 57 -8
British Medical Association (BMA) 111
British Medical Journal (BMJ) 132
British Psychological Society:
Psychology of Women Section (POWS) 27 , 156
Brittan, A. ix
Broverman, I.K. et al. 13
Bruce, Vicki 43 -4
Burman, E. 29 ;
and Parker, I. 4

c
career:
link between life span development and progress in 12 ;
men's view of 62 , 91 ;
and psychological development 32-7,64

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