Gender and Groupwork by Marcia Cohen, Audrey Mullender

By Marcia Cohen, Audrey Mullender

Brooding about gender can improve the paintings of all groupwork practitioners and will make a true distinction in people's lives. in accordance with perform event in either the united kingdom and america, Gender and Groupwork brings jointly the simplest of groupwork wisdom, talents and values in a real transatlantic partnership.
The booklet summarises the heritage of gender-based teams for either men and women and descriptions quite a lot of interesting and tough examples of teams in several contexts. frequently relocating, and continuously engrossing, those bills surround teams for older ladies and ladies dealing with inequalities in overall healthiness care. leading edge paintings with homeless humans, with caregivers and lesbian and homosexual formative years is defined intimately and there's a specific specialise in family violence, the place teams can frequently the intervention of choice.
Gender and Groupwork demonstrates that, regardless of the demanding situations of post-structuralism and postmodernism, the perform of groupwork is alive and good. It presents new principles and new versions to assist flow perform ahead, making it a great addition to the groupwork literature.

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Lori (an African-American mother of three, on public assistance, whose boyfriend works sporadically): Honey, join the club! I could write the book about not having money for food. But you can’t let him control you. You are used to having nice things, living in a nice house, driving a fancy car. But those are shackles, girl. Your dignity is more important than having nice furniture and cars and things. If you can find ways to manage without his money, then he can’t control you so much. Virginia: So, can you tell me how?

2000) “Advancing stages of group development theory: the case of institutionalized older persons,” Social Work With Groups, 22, 2–3: 119–38. Leveillee, C. (2000) “Differential group work: oppression, women, and domestic violence,” unpublished MSW paper. B. (1976) Toward a New Psychology of Women, Boston, MA: Beacon Press. B. and Stiver, I. (1991) A Relational Reframing of Therapy, Working Paper No. 52, Wellesley, MA: Stone Center for Research on Women, Wellesley College. Mullender, A. and Ward, D.

As the discussion progressed, the focus shifted away from Dennis’s announcement to the prejudice – and the self-hate – many of the members had experienced and how they had attempted to cope with them. Dennis denied that he had been sexist in his earlier remarks but was able to hear other group members explain how different forms of oppression can be similar, how they can feed off each other, reinforcing the notion that some people are inferior and second rate. Conclusion These two group practice examples are offered as glimpses into what gendered analysis can do to deepen our understanding of group principles and processes and to ensure that both women and men benefit from the group experience.

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