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Multicultural Gender Roles. Applications for Mental Health and Education

  • ID: 2330201
  • June 2013
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

"Multicultural Gender Roles continues to advance multidimensional identity models. Each data-informed chapter introduces genuine reflections and accountings that lead to a proposed process model highlighting the complexities of negotiating gender roles, rules, and responsibilities for ethnic minority individuals."
—Patricia Arredondo, President, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus

"This book is a must-read for counselors and educators seeking to have a full understanding of the people they work with."
—Edward A. Delgado-Romero, PhD, Professor, The University of Georgia

"This extraordinary book presents vivid narratives of the challenges African American, Latina/o, Asian and Asian American women and men face in constructing their gender roles. The Multicultural Gender Role Model is groundbreaking."
—Nancy Boyd-Franklin, PhD, Professor II – Distinguished Professor, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University

Practical applications for mental health professionals and educators in helping clients and students understand and construct their roles within their schools, families, READ MORE >

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Preface xi

Chapter One Gender Role Construction among Men and Women of Color 1
Marie L. Miville, Lucinda Bratini, Melissa J. Corpus, and Manuel A. Diaz

Gender and Gender Roles 2

Racial-Ethnic Contexts of Gender and Gender Roles 6

Constructivist Grounded Theory Method 14

Concluding Remarks 17

References 18

Chapter Two Gender Roles among African American Men 23
Marie L. Miville and Joel Sahadath

Negotiating Gender Roles 25

Negotiating Gender Roles Revisited 54

Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators 56

References 63

Chapter Three Gender Roles among African American Women 65
Jorja A. K. Redway and Marie L. Miville

Confl ict and Evolution of Gender Roles 67

Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators 88

References 94

Chapter Four Latino Male Gender Roles 97
Manuel A. Diaz, Marie L. Miville, and Natalia Gil

Defining Male Gender Roles within a Latino Cultural/Family Context 100

Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators 125

References 130

Chapter Five Latina Gender Roles 133
Lucinda Bratini, Marilyn C. Ampuero, and Marie L. Miville

Latinas in Process of Transformation and Negotiation 135

Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators 162

References 167

Chapter Six Gender Roles among Asian / Asian American Men 169
Michael Y. Lau, Yu-Kang Chen, Jill Huang, and Marie L. Miville

Culture, Socializing Infl uences, and Agency in Gender Role Constructions 171

Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators 198

References 204

Chapter Seven Asian American Female Gender Roles 207
Melissa J. Corpus and Marie L. Miville

Model Minority, Model Woman 209

Applications for Mental Health Professionals and Educators 224

References 229

Chapter Eight Negotiating Multicultural Gender Roles: A Proposed Model 231
Marie L. Miville, Lucinda Bratini, Melissa J. Corpus, Michael Y. Lau, and Jorja A. K. Redway

Summary of Our Analyses 232

Multicultural Gender Role Model 235

Future Directions for Research and Practice 244

Concluding Remarks 245

References 245

Appendix Supporting Research Materials 247

Gender Role Interview Guide 247

Acknowledgments 263

About the Editor 265

Contributors 267

Author Index 269

Subject Index 273

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“In addition to these practical applications, others working to facilitate changes in behavioral health or instructing future mental health practitioners will find useful information for discussions of gender and multicultural issues. I also recommend this book for those who are interested in gender role research or who are looking for an example of well-done qualitative research.”  (PsycCRITIQUES, 5 May 2014)

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