My citation classic, in which I used an experience of illness as the stepping-off point for proposing a theory about how the experience of marginalized people could expand psychology’s worldview. My recent article in Psychology of Women Quarterly, A look back at New voices, new visions: The view from here, revisits some of the points I made in this article.
Where to find
- Buy from publisher – free for those with Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35) membership or institutional access.
- Buy Toward a New Psychology of Gender from amazon.com – the article was reprinted in this book
- Buy The Gender and Psychology Reader from amazon.com – the article was reprinted in this book
Brown, L.S. (1989). New voices, new visions: Toward a lesbian/gay paradigm for psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 13, pp. 445-458. Reprinted in M. Gergen & S. Davis (Eds.) Toward a new psychology of gender: A reader. New York: Routledge. Reprinted in B. M. Clinchy & J.K. Norem (Eds.) The gender and psychology reader. New York: NYU Press.