P1: GAD Sex Roles [sers] pp1245-sers-488668 June 3, 2004 22:45 Style ﬁle version June 3rd, 2002 ° C Sex Roles, Vol. 51, Nos. 1/2, July 2004 ( 2004) Book Review Between Fathers and Sons: Critical Incident conﬂict of cultures, individual evolution in percep- Narratives in the Development of Men’s Lives. tions of fathers, the effects of privilege and poverty, Edited by R. J. Pellegrini and T. R. Sarbin, The etc. For example, Kenneth Gergen, his son, Stanford Haworth Clinical Practice Press, New York; Gergen, and his grandson, Chase Martini, write about 2002. 231 pp. $49.95 (hard cover), $29.95 (soft four generations of father–son relationships empha- cover). sizing the use of silence to communicate feelings. Karl Scheibe described his critical vocational choice (eventually becoming a professor of psychology) and This book is a delightful “read” and is ef- how is father helped him to resolve the conﬂicting fective in supplementing our understanding of the pressures on that decision. Ernest Keen shared his emotional life of men and boys. It contributes to recollections of his father and the perception of be- the growing tradition of narrative psychology (e.g., ing multiply “anchored” through family experience Josselson, Lieblich, & McAdams, 2003; McAdams, across
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