P1: GDW Sex Roles [sers] PP719-sers-458279 January 9, 2003 16:59 Style ﬁle version June 3rd, 2002 ° C Sex Roles, Vol. 47, Nos. 11/12, December 2002 ( 2002) Book Review Speaking from the Heart: Gender and the Social social structure, cultural codes, power, privilege, lan- Meaning of Emotion. Stephanie Shields, New guage, emotional feeling, and the gendered markers York, Cambridge University Press; 2002, 214 pp. of self. Shields states that the differences in men’s and women’s emotions are not necessarily inﬂuenced by The book Speaking from the Heart: Gender and what they know about emotion but rather are funda- the Social Meaning of Emotion by Stephanie Shields mentally shaped by how “women and men apply their provides a vigorous critique and solid deconstruction knowledge and understanding of what emotion is and of those theories in Euro-American psychology that how it works” (p. 22). Does this imply that Shields are mainly interested in exploring the “components, believes that there are no gender differences in emo- causes, and consequences of emotion” with the aim tions? Her emphatic reply is that “of course, there of trying to discover the universal nature of emo- are” gender differences but these differences, accord- tions (p.
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