Drawing on the latest global data and research, a collection of maps and charts provides key information on the status of women around the world, addressing such issues as equality, motherhood, culture, women at work, women in the global economy, domestic violence, children, lesbian rights, women in government, and more. Original.
The most up-to-date global perspective on how women are living today across continents and cultures In this completely revised and updated fourth edition of her groundbreaking atlas, Joni Seager provides comprehensive and accessible analysis of up-to-the-minute global data on the key issues facing women today: equality, motherhood, feminism, the culture of beauty, women at work, women in the global economy, changing households, domestic violence, lesbian rights, women in government, and more. The result is an invaluable resource on the status of women around the world today.
Release on 2001-05-30 | by Mona Domosh,Joni Seager
Feminist Geographers Make Sense of the World
Author: Mona Domosh,Joni Seager
Pubpsher: Guilford Press
Category: Social Science
This thought-provoking book uses the lens of gender to show how notions of maleness and femaleness have influenced our built environment, the locations in which we invest meaning, and the ways we live, work, travel, and explore.
Release on 2008-04-15 | by Lise Nelson,Joni Seager
Author: Lise Nelson,Joni Seager
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
A Companion to Feminist Geography captures the breadth anddiversity of this vibrant and substantive field. Shows how feminist geography has changed the landscape ofgeographical inquiry and knowledge since the 1970s. Explores the diverse literatures that comprise feministgeography today. Showcases cutting-edge research by feminist geographers. Charts emerging areas of scholarship, such as the body and thenation. Contributions from 50 leading international scholars in thefield. Each chapter can be read for its own distinctivecontribution.
In Global Families, author Meg Karraker provides family scholars with a methodical introduction to the interdisciplinary field of globalization. Global Families then examines the ways in which globalization impinges on families throughout the world in four major areas: demographic transitions, world-wide culture, international violence, and transnational employment. The book concludes with a discussion of supra-national policies and other efforts to position families in this global landscape.
Photographs and stories of 500 women from around the world, based on the author's hugely popular website. Since 2013 Mihaela Noroc has travelled the world with her backpack and camera taking photos of everyday women to showcase the diversity and beauty all around us. The Atlas of Beauty is a collection of her photographs that celebrates women from fifty countries across the globe and shows that beauty is everywhere, regardless of money, race or social status, and comes in many different sizes and colours. Mihaela's portraits feature women in their native environments, from the Amazon rain forest to markets in India, London city streets and parks in Harlem, creating a mirror of our varied cultures and proving that beauty has no rules. 'Stunning . . . aims to challenge the ideals of beauty dictated by the women's fashion magazine industry' Independent 'A startling and revealing project' Daily Mail 'Scrolling through "The Atlas of Beauty", beauty becomes not a universal standard, but a complicated tapestry' Huffington Post
Release on 2008-02-28 | by Karen Kayser,Jennifer L. Scott
An Evidence-Based Approach for Practitioners
Author: Karen Kayser,Jennifer L. Scott
Pubpsher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Health & Fitness
Close relationships can be vital to a woman’s recovery from breast or gynecological cancer and the myriad stressors that accompany diagnosis and treatment. Helping Couples Cope with Women’s Cancer shows readers not only how to enlist the patient’s closest support person in coping with the disease, but also to help that partner with the stressors, such as feelings of inadequacy and loss, that so often come with the role. The authors, established experts on their subject, recognize the challenges couples face, the central role of communication in coping, and the individuality of each patient and couple. In addition to proven intervention techniques and helpful assessment tools, the book features case illustrations, "What to do if..." sections, sociocultural considerations, and suggestions for when the patient’s caregiver is not her partner. Key areas of coverage include: Assessment: quality of life, impact of illness, family resources. Balancing work, family, self-care, and the demands of illness. Cognitive coping, relaxation, stress reduction. Body image, sexuality, and intimacy. Helping children cope: developmental guidelines. Transitions: goal-setting, life after cancer, facing recurrence or terminal illness. The skills and insights contained in Helping Couples Cope with Women’s Cancers will benefit a range of health and mental health practitioners, including counselors, social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and nurses. Graduate students planning a career in health psychology or couples therapy should also find it a valuable resource.