All readings listed here are
found in the the course reader that you can purchase form EZ Copy N Print,
4336 University Way NE. The articles listed in black are at the front
of the reader; the ones in red are
in the back. Those listed in black print are also found in the "lectures"
folder the course Commonview
page . Those listed in red are found in various
folders of the course Commonview
page as indicated in the note immediate preceding the listing.
Introduction to Course
McChesney, K. Y. (2015) Successful approaches to ending female genital
cutting. (2015) Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare 42,3-23.
Davis, G. (2015) Chapter 4. The power in an name. Contesting
Intersex: The Dubious Diagnosis. New York: NYU Press, pp. 87-115.
These 2 articles, along with
articles by Spade, Gorman & Cole, and Olson et al. listed in red below
MUST be read before quiz section on October 5-6.
Introduction to the Endocrine System
Preview/Review of Women's Reproductive Biology, pp. 1-7 (stop
at "The Anterior Pituitary")
Preview/Review of Women's Reproductive Biology, p. 9 ("The Uterus")
to p. 11 (stop at "Pregnancy")
The Hypothalamus and the Posterior Pituitary
Anterior Pituitary - Tropic Hormones
In addition to the McChesney and Davis readings listed above, the following
readings from discussion section also are included on Test 1. They are
found at the back of your course reader or on the
Catalyst Commonview in the folders labeled "Gender and Gender
Identity " and "Egg Donation and Surrogacy."
D. (2006) Mutilating Gender. In Transgender Studies Reader,
S. Strycker and S. Whittle (eds). New York: Routledge.
2. Gorman, C. and Cole, W. (Mar.1, 2004) Between the sexes. Time
3. Olson, K. R. et al. (2015) Gender cognition in transgender children.
Psychological Science 26, 467-474.
4. Kenney, N. J. & McGowan, M.L. (2010) Looking back: egg donors'
retrospective evaluations of their motivations, expectations, and experiences
during their first donation cycle. Fertility and Sterility 93,
5. Kenney, N. J. & McGowan, M. L. (2014) Egg donation compensation:
Ethical and legal challenges. Medicolegal and Bioethics 4,
6. Parks, J. A. (2010) Care ethics and the global practice of commercial
surrogacy. Bioethics 24, 333-340.
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Anterior Pituitary and Hypothalamus - Releasing Hormones
Preview/Review of Women's Reproductive Biology, pp. 7-9 (stop
at "The Uterus")
Hormone Interactions - Putting Together the Menstrual Cycle
Puberty and Adolescence
Steingraber, S. (2007) The Falling Age of Puberty in
US Girls: What We Know, What We Need to Know. San Francisco: The Breast
Cancer Fund, pp. 16-34. On-line at: http://www.breastcancerfund.org/assets/pdfs/publications/falling-age-of-puberty.pdf
Lee, J. (2009) Bodies at menarche: Stories of shame, concealment
and sexual maturation. Sex Roles, 60, pp. 615-627.
McClintock, M.K., & Herdt, G. (1996) Rethinking puberty: The
development of sexual attraction. Current Directions in Psychological
Science, 5, 178-183. Kreukels, B.P.C. & Cohen-Kettenis,
P. (2011) Puberty suppression in gender identity disorder: the Amsterdam
expereinces. Nature Reviews Endocrinology 7, 466-472.
Mood, Behavior and the Monthly Cycle
Freeman, E. W. (2003) Premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual
dysphoric disorder: Definitions and diagnosis. Psychoneuroendocrinology,
28, pp. 25-37.
Rapkin, A. (2003) A review of treatment of premenstrual syndrome
& premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Psychoneuroendocrinology,
28, pp. 39-53.
Sex Drive/Sex Behavior
Wilcox, A. J. et al. (2004) On the frequency of intercourse
around ovulation: evidence for biological influences. Human Reproduction
Roberts, S. C. et al. (2004) Female facial attractiveness increases
during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle. Proceedings of the
Royal Society of London B (Suppl.), 271, pp. S270-S272.
In addition to the readings listed above, the following readings from
discussion section also are included on Test 2. They are found at the
back of your course reader or on the
Catalyst Commonview in the folders labeled "Medicalization of
Women's Lives" and "Eating Disorders and Body Image."
A. et al. (2010) Menopause narratives: The interplay of women's embodied
experiences with biomedical discourses. Qualitative Health Research 20
2. Pinn, V. W. (Jan. 22/29, 2003) Sex and gender factors in medical
studies: Implications for health and clinical practice. JAMA 289(4),
3. Miller, C. A. & Golden, N. H. (2010) An introduction
to eating disorders: Clinical presentation, epidemiology, and prognosis.
Nutrition in Clinical Practice 25, 110-115.
4. American Psychiatric Association (2013) http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/Eating%20Disorders%20Fact%20Sheet.pdf.
5. Wingfield, N. et al. (2011) College students’
perceptions of individuals with anorexia and bulimia nervosa. International
Journal of Eating Disorders 44(4), 369-375.
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Davidson, M. R. (2003) Contraception update: The latest
hormonal options. Clinician Reviews, 13, pp.
Hudepohl, D. (November/December 2011) Your guide to choosing the
right birth control for you. Fitness Magazine.
Harper, C. C. et al. (2005) The effects of increased access
to emergency contraception among young adolescents. Obstetrics and
Gynecology, 106(3), 483-491.
Unwanted Pregnancy - Abortion and Adoption
Steinberg, J. R. et al. (2009) Science prevails: abortion
and mental health. Contraception, 79, 81-83.
Leon, I. G. (2002) Adoption losses: Naturally occurring or socially
constructed? Child Development 73(2), 652-663.
Pregnancy and Childbirth
Chang, S.-R. et al. (2006) I am a woman and I'm pregnant:
Body image of women in Taiwan during the third trimester of pregnancy.
Birth 33(2), 147-153.
Goodman, P. et al. (2004) Factors related to childbirth satisfaction.
Journal of Advanced Nursing Research 46(2):
Utz, R. L. (2011) Like mother, (not) like daughter: The social
construction of menopause and aging. The Journal of Aging Studies
Dillaway, H. E. (2005) (Un)changing menopausal bodies: How women
think and act in the face of a reproductive transition and gendered beauty
ideals. Sex Roles 53, 1-17.
In addition to the readings listed above, the following
readings from discussion section also are included on Test 3. They are
found at the back of your course reader or on the Catalyst
Commonview in the folders labeled "Reproductive Rights and Mandates"
and "Reproductive Technology, Genetics, and Eugenics."
S.E. (2001) "Good" mothers and "bad" mothers.
In: S. E. Chase & M. F. Rogers (eds.), Mothers & Children:
Feminist Analyses and Personal Narratives. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers
University Press, pp. 30-47.
2. Zylbergold, B . (July 18,
2007)Are you kidding? Retrieved from: http://cregs.sfsu.edu/article/tubal_ligation_denied,
March 24, 2012.
DECEMBER 13, 10:30 AM - - FINAL EXAM
(NOTE the unusual DAY and
TIME!!!! Place stays the same.)
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