Paperback: 368 Pages
Publisher: OUP Canada
Dimensions: 22.6 x 17.8 x 2.3 cm
Gender and Identity brings a new perspective to the study of gender. It is an accessible, comprehensive examination of gender construction through the lens of identity, drawing on analysis and theory from the past half century to the present day.
Using case studies and solid theoretical analysis, the book explores relationships between gender and sexuality, religion, work, management, education, media, race and ethnicity, parenting, education, violence, sport and disability. In linking these examinations with theories of identity, so the book provides one of the most comprehensive examinations of gender yet published.