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Feminist perspectives on addictions / Nan Van Den Bergh.

  • Van Den Bergh, Nan
Date
[1991]
  • Books


About this work

Publication/Creation

New York : Springer Publishing Company, [1991]

Physical description

xv, 222 pages ; 24 cm

Notes

This material was donated as part of the DrugScope archive collection held at the Wellcome Collection, which can be found in the Wellcome Collection archive catalogue under the reference SA/DRS.
Copy 1. Donor: DrugScope.

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

Having bitten the apple : a feminist perspective on addictions / Nan Van Den Bergh -- Selfobject search : role of addictions in a patriarchal culture / Jo Nol -- Sex role setups and alcoholism / Cynthia Downing -- Psychosocial factors in alcoholism in women / Eileen M. Corrigan -- Recovery needs of lesbian alcoholics in treatment / Brenda L. Underhill -- Prescription for despair : women and psychotropic drugs / Jane E. Prather and Nancy V. Minkow -- Double jeopardy : chemical dependence and codependence in older women / Eloise Rathbone-McCuan, Larry Dyer, and Judith Wartman -- Healing the feminine : a feminist residential model for treating chemical dependency / Chandra Smith -- Reclaiming women's bodies : a feminist perspective on eating disorders / Sue A. Kuba, Susan Gale Hanchey -- Out of control and eating disordered / Joan C. Chrisler -- Codependency and women: unravelling the power behind learned helplessness / Patricia O'Gorman -- Looking for love in all the wrong places / Jed Diamond -- When Lady Luck loses: women and compulsive gambling / Henry R. Lesieur and Sheila Blume -- A feminist perspective on work addiction / Diane Fassel and Anne Wilson Schaef.

Languages

  • English


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ISBN

  • 0826173500
  • 9780826173508
  • 0826173519
  • 9780826173515