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The law is hampered in using social science research by the obsolete notion that research used to change a legal rule is “legislative fact” and research in which only the parties to a case have an interest is “adjudicative fact.” In important ways, however, social research is more akin to...
Two recent postmodern movements, constructivism and deconstruction, challenge the idea of a single meaning of reality and suggest that meanings result from social experience. We show how these postmodern approaches can be applied to the psychology of gender. Examining gender theories from a...
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