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Managing the monstrous feminine : regulating the reproductive body / Jane M. Ussher
Bib ID 3799534
Format BookBook
Author
Ussher, Jane M., 1961-
 
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Edition 1st ed. 
Description London ; New York : Routledge, 2006 
xvi, 219 p. ; 24cm. 
ISBN 0415328101
041532811X
Series

Women and psychology.

Full contents
  • Managing the monstrous feminine: regulating the reproductive body
  • Mad, bad, bloody women: the shame of menarche and pathologizing of premenstrual change
  • Embodying the grotesque feminine: the pregnant and postnatal body
  • The horror of this living decay: menopause and aging body
  • Regulation and resistance: women's negotiation of embodied subject positions
  • Appendix one: details of the interviews with women on PMS, PND, and midlife
  • Appendix two: details of women centred psychological therapy package.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Feminist psychology.

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