Table of contents for The social psychology of gender : how power and intimacy shape gender relations / Laurie A. Rudman, Peter Glick.

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Chapter 1. Understanding Gender
Chapter 2. Dominance and Interdependence 
Chapter 3. Development of Gender Relations
Chapter 4. Content and Origins of Gender Stereotypes
Chapter 5. Descriptive and Prescriptive Stereotyping
Chapter 6. Self-Sustaining Prophecies
Chapter 7 . Ostacles to Gender Nonconformity
Chapter 8. Sexism in the Workplace
Chapter 9. Love and Romance
Chapter 10. Sex
Chapter 11. Gender and Violence
Chapter 12. Progress, Pitfalls, and Remedies 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Interpersonal relations.
Intimacy (Psychology).
Sex role -- Psychological aspects.
Social psychology.