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Leaders in feminist psychology have increasingly stressed the need to pay greater attention to cultural diversity among women and to integrate this diversity into teaching, theory building, research, and practice. This book responds by focusing on the empirical- and practice-based implications of recognizing such diversity in the psychology of women. Among the areas explored are child development (e.g., cognitive growth and socialization), therapy and supervision (e.g., among women of different ethnic groups), research (e.g., health psychology), and contemporary interdisciplinary issues, such as sexual harassment and pornography.
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