By Marsha Pravder Mirkin PhD, Karen L. Suyemoto PhD, Barbara F. Okun PhD
The modern successor to Marsha Pravder Mirkin's acclaimed girls in Context, this eminently useful scientific source and textual content offers insights and interventions that experience emerged out of a long time of labor at the psychology of girls. All-new chapters from major practitioners advisor therapists to appreciate how gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, category, immigration prestige, faith, and different components form the reviews and identities of various girls, and the way to interfere successfully within the a number of contexts of consumers' lives. full of vibrant case fabric, the quantity is uniquely established to deal with relatives and dating matters; paintings concerns and occupation improvement; and overall healthiness, spirituality, and self-care.
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Jenny’s situation, however, was complicated by a very challenging set of factors: how racial identities and their meanings are socially constructed and embedded in sociopolitical history, the intergroup dynamics between black and white groups, and associated issues of power and privilege. 24 FOUNDATIONAL CONTEXTS Culture “Culture” refers to meanings that are shared by an identifiable group of people and passed on to others within that group (Tomlinson-Clarke, 1999; Triandis, 1995, 2001). “Meanings” are broadly defined to include cognitive, affective, and behavioral aspects of individual and group functioning, such as values, beliefs, customs, norms, gender roles, affective styles, social behavior, language, and ways of self-understanding.
A high school graduate, Jenny’s mother worked as a bank teller, and Jenny’s family lived in subsidized housing in an affluent suburb. Jenny’s stepfather, who had only recently married Jenny’s mother, worked as a mechanic. Although Jenny had limited contact with her biological father’s and stepfather’s families, she was very close to her maternal grandparents, aunts, and uncles, and frequently visited her cousins. As is the case with most clients, there are myriad ways to understand Maria and Jenny, multiple areas to explore, and many places from which to begin asking questions.
Being a woman of color is not the same as being a white woman; being a working-class woman is different from being an upperclass woman, being a Jewish woman is different from being a Hindu woman, and being a black, lesbian, Muslim, middle-class woman is different from being a Latina, heterosexual, Christian woman living in poverty. Although some experiences may be shared, gender cannot stand alone as the primary source of influence or oppression. Although Maria never stated an explicit identification as a woman or a feminist, it was clear that the individual and social meanings of her gender were contributing to her presenting difficulties.
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