Created Or Constructed?: The Great Gender Debate

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UNSW Press, 2001 - Psychology - 129 pages
Presents the issue of gender from biblical, biological and cultural perspectives, and provides the reader with an historical and theoretical context within which to engage in a constructive dialogue on the issue of gender in religion. Storkey includes in her discussion psychological, sociological and philosophical issues.
 

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Contents

History Lessons
1
The Premodern in Sex and Gender
11
Modernism and Gender Relationships
22
The Postmodern Experience
38
Gender and Difference in Popular Writings
49
From Social Science to Theology
75
From Pre
84
Postpostmodern postscript
109
Further Reading
120
Subject Index
127
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Storkey is a sociologist and theologian of international renown. Formerly the director of John Stott's London Institute of Contemporary Christianity, she currently holds dual appointments in London at King's College and Birkbeck College.

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