Sex Roles (2008) 59:898–899 DOI 10.1007/s11199-008-9471-x BOOK REVIEW Transformations: Women, Gender and Psychology. By Mary Crawford, New York, McGraw-Hill, 2005. 479 pp. $97.19 (paperback). ISBN 0072920777 Terri D. Conley Published online: 12 July 2008 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2008 Introduction rather primary for a graduate-level Psychology of Women and Gender course. Perhaps as evidence of the health of the field of psychology of With her target audience in mind, Crawford does an women and gender, a number of excellent textbooks are on the excellent job of showing the value of the research that she market (e.g., Hyde 2007;Helgeson 2008). The goal for the presents, while also highlighting the faults of the research author of a new text, then, is to bring something different to and specific needs for future research. It occurred to me that the table. In her book, Transformations: Women, Gender and this approach might well inspire a good number of senior Psychology, Mary Crawford does this with degrees of thesis projects! In addition, given Crawford’s coverage of success that are largely subjective; that is, an individual’s research from history, anthropology, sociology and other opinions about this book will likely depend on the fields, this
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