Feminist Reconstructions in Psychology: Narrative, Gender, and Performance


Mary Gergen

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    To, for, and with Ken, as always


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    Each of the chapters in this book has been written specifically for it. However, I wish to acknowledge the following sources, in which various chapters were originally published in different forms.

    Chapter 2: Revised version of “Life Stories: Pieces of a Dream.” In G. Rosenwald & R. Ochberg (Eds.), Storied Lives (pp. 127–144). New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Copyright 1992 by Yale University Press. Adapted with permission.

    Chapter 3: Revised version of “Narratives of the Gendered Body in the Popular Autobiography” (with K. J. Gergen). In R. Josselson & A. Lieblich (Eds.), The Narrative Study of Lives (pp. 191–218). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Copyright 1993 by Sage Publications. Adapted with permission.

    Chapter 4: Revised version of “Talking About Menopause: A Dialogic Analysis.” In L. E. Thomas (Ed.), Research on Adulthood and Aging, by permission of the State University New York Press. Copyright 1989 by the State University of New York. All Rights Reserved.

    Chapter 8: Revised version of “From Mod Masculinity to Post-Mod Macho: A Feminist Re-Play.” The Humanistic Psychologist, 1990, 18, 95–104.

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    About the Author

    Mary Gergen is Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies at Pennsylvania State University, Delaware County. She is primarily identified with the postmodern movement in feminist psychology, and has been involved in innovative methods in gender studies for many years. Her special fields of interest include the social construction of adulthood and aging, embodiment, and narrative psychology.

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