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Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-270) and index.
Foreword. Women of the World Unite / Miguel Da Costa Frias -- Chapter One. Introduction: Understanding Women’s Psychological Responses to Various Forms of Patriarchy / Holly F. Mathews and Adriana M. Manago -- Chapter Two. Historical Circumstances and Biological Proclivities Surrounding Patriarchy / Naomi Quinn -- Chapter Three. Growing Up Female in North India / Susan C. Seymour -- Chapter Four. To Make Her Understand with Love: Expectations for Emotion Work in North Indian Families /Jocelyn Marrow -- Chapter Five. Perspectives on Gender Roles and Relations across Three Generations of Maya Women in Southern Mexico / Adriana M. Manago -- Chapter Six. Contested Terrains of Female Education in Rural Muslim Pakistan / Ayesha Khurshid -- Chapter Seven. Moving beyond Notions of Resistance and Accommodation: Understanding How Women Navigate Conflicting Models of Marriage in Rural Mexico / Holly F. Mathews -- Chapter Eight. What Women’s Experiences in Disadvantaged Families in Ankara, Turkey, Have to Tell about Patriarchy / Gülden Güvenç -- Chapter Nine. Theorizing Female Consent: Familism, Motherhood, and Middle-Class Feminine Subjectivity in Contemporary South Korea / Kelly H. Chong -- Chapter Ten. Property, Patriarchy, and the Chinese State / Leta Hong Fincher -- Chapter Eleven. Reflections on Kidnap and Rape Culture: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Patriarchy / Cynthia Werner -- Chapter Twelve. Conclusion: Charting a Way Forward / Holly F. Mathews and Adriana M. Manago.
"In the #MeToo era, US women continue to struggle with whether or not to report sexual harassment, while women living in parts of rural Pakistan and Mexico try to pursue educational and employment opportunities without directly refusing parental wishes for them to marry. Despite rapidly changing social and economic conditions worldwide, patriarchal practices remain remarkably widespread and persistent. Noting the need to move beyond a dichotomy of accommodation and resistance, the contributors to this volume draw upon field research and in-depth qualitative data from different parts of the world to explore the reasons for women's varied psychological responses to patriarchy. These feminist scholars bridge preexisting divides between bio-psychological, sociological, and cultural perspectives to explain the ways that women's desires, goals, and identities interact with culturally situated systems in order to develop more complex theories about the psychological underpinnings of patriarchy and to inform more socially progressive policies to improve the lives of women and men globally"--