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Famous Psychologists and Sociologists?

Discussion in 'Social sciences' started by klutzqueen, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. Hi all, I am trying to create a wall display for psych and socio and am printing off some pictures and writing up some blurb on famous psychologists and sociologists. I am distinctly lacking females!

    I have looked for a photo of Ann Oakley for feminism but can't find one.

    So far I have:

    Psychology - Freud, Skinner, Pavlov, Ainsworth

    Sociology - Marx, Weber, Durkheim

    I'm trying to put in people that appear in the syllabus, but struggling moreso with sociology, being new to it and only 7 weeks in.

    If anyone has any obvious ones I've missed, please let me know as I am really trying to brighten up my classroom!

    Many thanks

    Debbie :eek:)
     
  2. Hi all, I am trying to create a wall display for psych and socio and am printing off some pictures and writing up some blurb on famous psychologists and sociologists. I am distinctly lacking females!

    I have looked for a photo of Ann Oakley for feminism but can't find one.

    So far I have:

    Psychology - Freud, Skinner, Pavlov, Ainsworth

    Sociology - Marx, Weber, Durkheim

    I'm trying to put in people that appear in the syllabus, but struggling moreso with sociology, being new to it and only 7 weeks in.

    If anyone has any obvious ones I've missed, please let me know as I am really trying to brighten up my classroom!

    Many thanks

    Debbie :eek:)
     
  3. Don't know about Sociologists (sorry) but some female psychologists:



    Elizabeth Loftus - EWT

    Harlow & Harlow (man & wife) - monkey studies

    McLintock - Infradian Rhythms - menstrual synchronicity

    Anna Freud - daughter of Siggy



    also I have displayed the following men in the past - Piaget; Jung; Carl Rogers; Bandura, Milgram, Zimbardo, Baddeley



    Hope this helps, L x
     
  4. <u>Sociology</u>

    Michelle Stanworth - interesting as has become a crime writer

    Bel Hooks - Black Amercian feminism

    Sue Sharpe - gender

    Eileen Barker - Moonies NRMs

    Andrea Dworkin - Radical feminism

    Dobash & Dobash - Domestic violence (Univ of Manchester)

    Maybe Germaine Greer - feminist theory

    Dale Spender - education & the curriculum - might be rather old study

    I'm sure there's more .....




     
  5. Very late - I'm sure the display is peeling at the edges now but:

    Judith Butler - sociologist - gender theorist
    Naomi Wolf - writer - beauty myth
    Natasha Walters - author of Living Dolls - the returen of sexism


     

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