Sex Roles, Vol. 54, Nos. 1/2, January 2006 ( 2006) DOI: 10.1007/s11199-006-8877-y Book Review Teaching Gender and Multicultural Awareness: cultures allows for a breadth of content knowledge, Resources for the Psychology Classroom. it ﬂirts with the problem of overgeneralization and Edited by Phyllis Bronstein and Kathryn Quina, excludes the vast within-group differences. It also Washington, DC, American Psychological may inadvertently create an in-group/out-group phe- Association, 2003. 376 pp. $39.95 (paper). ISBN nomenon in the classroom rather than emphasizing 1557989915 shared experiences of privilege and oppression. In their chapter on developmental psychology, Bond Bronstein and Quina (2003) teamed up to bring and Gorman remarked that “development is far too a revised version of an invaluable text that has made complex to think in such generalities” (p. 47). They a major contribution to the multicultural and gen- then offered a classroom exercise that helps students der training literature. In contrast to the numerous appreciate the congruent experiences of oppression texts, articles, and professional guidelines that have and privilege across groups. Quina and Kulberg ob- implored us to put greater emphasis on multicultural served that “Group differences are overrepresented training, this text provides the methods and resources in the research literature” (p.
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