Sex Roles (2011) 65:435–437 DOI 10.1007/s11199-011-0024-3 BOOK REVIEW Gender Research Then and Now: Complexity, Intersectionality, and Scientific Rigor Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology, Vol. 1 & 2. Edited by Joan C. Chrisler and Donald R. McCreary, New York, Springer, 2010. (Vol. 1) 712 pp.; (Vol. 2) 828 pp. $499.00 (hardback) ISBN: 978-1-4419-1355-5 Stacey L. Williams Published online: 20 July 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011 Enlisting both established and beginning scholars as illustrate, Chapter 8 of Volume II tackles the topic of whether variability might exist in body image based on one’ssexual authors, the editors of Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology have provided a handbook that covers a breadth orientation. “Given the emphasis on appearance within the of topics and aligns with their original goal, to provide a gay subculture, considerable research has shown that gay critical review of historic, current, and future research in all boys/men constitute a group particularly vulnerable to body aspects of gender research within the discipline of psychol- dissatisfaction.” (p. 156). In addition, Chapter 7 of Volume II is ogy. In this high quality review, the first seven sections entirely devoted to issues of sexual minority status and how (Volume I) focus
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