Women Who Marry Houses: Panic and Protest in Agoraphobia
224 pp. CONTENTS: Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Streets Still Belong to Men; 1. Marriage and the Agoraphobic; 2. Shopping: This Little Piggy Went to Market, This Little Piggy Stayed Home; 3. The Work Strike; 4. The Psychology of Outside and Inside; 5. Emily Dickinson: A Woman Who Chose to Stay at Home; 6. Other Women Who Chose to Stay at Home: A Most Unlikely Radical Feminist and an Artist; 7. A Queen Who Chose to Stay at Home: The Deferential Imperative; 8. Anorexia Nervosa: Never Too Thin; 9. Gendermandering: Our Experts' Contributions to Agoraphobia; 10. The Healers; 11. The Strikebreakers I: Biochemists; 12. The Strikebreakers II: Behaviorists; 13. The Strikebreakers III: Pipe Dreams to Pipe Cleaners; 14. A Modicum of Respect, Please; 15. Beyond Clinical Diagnosis; 16. Under House Arrest: Legally Induced Agoraphobia; 17. Male Agoraphobia: Macho and Market; Epilog; Index.Keywords: AGORAPHOBIA PSYCHOLOGY MENTAL ILLNESS HEALTH MIND BODY
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1983. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110070162832