By Gisela Steins
Ziel des Handbuches ist die systematische Betrachtung von Genderaspekten aus psychologischer Perspektive. Autorinnen und Autoren aus ausgewählten Teildisziplinen der Psychologie stellen dar, welche Rolle Gender in ihrem Forschungsfeld spielt und welchen Beitrag psychologische Erkenntnisse zur Geschlechterforschung leisten. Dabei liegt der Fokus einerseits auf den Besonderheiten der einzelnen Teildisziplinen oder ausgewählter Forschungsfelder, anderseits aber auch auf der kritischen Reflexion der gesamten Psychologie aus einer Genderperspektive. Das Handbuch stellt folglich die konträren und aktuellen Positionen, Erkenntnisse und Untersuchungen zur psychologischen Geschlechterforschung dar und zeigt die Methodenvielfalt sowie das fruchtbare Spannungsfeld der Diskussion um die Bedeutung der Kategorie Geschlecht auf unterschiedlichen Ebenen auf.
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