Who's that Girl? Who's that Boy?: Clinical Practice Meets Postmodern Gender Theory
Informed by first-rate scholarship, the ideas (structuralism) and popular icons (Madonna) that define contemporary culture mingle synergistically with a powerfully concerned clinical sensibility.
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