Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States
The University of Pennsylvania where Stephanie Golden received a Bachelor of Arts degree.
(Drawing upon four years' experience as a volunteer in a s...)
Drawing upon four years' experience as a volunteer in a shelter, Stephanie Golden offers a stark and startling new portrait of homeless women. Taking us inside shelters, out on the streets, and into the lives of homeless women, The Women Outside uses the wide-ranging scholarship to integrate a number of perspectives – historical, sociological, psychological, literary, and mythic – in a wholly original, incisive investigation.
(Drawing on interviews with experts and a diverse group of...)
Drawing on interviews with experts and a diverse group of women, as well as extensive scholarship, Golden traces the historical, cultural and mythic factors that gave women the responsibility to sacrifice and suffer for the benefit of our entire society. Slaying the Mermaid (a title inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid, the ultimate self-sacrificing woman) illuminates common female experiences: the belief that being a "good mother" means endless self-sacrifice; romance, the surrender of a woman's very being to an ideal embodied in a powerful man; on-the-job "enabling" that makes the boss look good while undermining a woman's own career; the obsession with weight, which makes a virtue of self-denial.
(Every year, millions of people undergo surgery. Yet few t...)
Every year, millions of people undergo surgery. Yet few truly understand what happens to them during the procedure - especially what the anaesthesiologist does to ensure their survival and well being. An anaesthesiologist disarms your body chemistry; keeps you alive while you're subjected to manipulations that would otherwise kill you; and ensures your safe return to consciousness. By controlling postsurgical pain, this physician profoundly affects the speed of your recovery. Yet despite their crucial role, anaesthesiologists are often the unseen doctors. This guide demystifies the surgical process by providing patients with detailed information that should make them better-informed consumers.
(Created by veteran yoga teacher Yamuna Zake, body rolling...)
Created by veteran yoga teacher Yamuna Zake, body rolling is a revolutionary fitness technique that uses six- to ten-inch inflatable balls to strengthen, tone, and realign the body, while providing sensations that can surpass the bliss of a massage. Now, in the first book devoted to body rolling, Zake shares the routines that she has imparted to thousands of clients across the country, and shows you how to get on the ball – and get the body you’ve always wanted.
(Dr. Yutsis' theory posits that cancer is a well-connected...)
Dr. Yutsis' theory posits that cancer is a well-connected whole-body disease linked to lifestyle, diet, age and how the different body systems function. He has identified 10 specific factors, including genetics, sugar, obesity, stress and toxins, that make it easier for cancer to get a foothold and become more aggressive and tougher to combat.
Stephanie Golden studied at the University of Pennsylvania where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1968.
Stephanie Golden started her career as a production editor at Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. in 1968. She left this post in 1970 and one year after she took up a post of an associate editor at Oxford University Press where she worked until 1984.
Stephanie Golden wrote her first book The Women Outside in 1992. Her next book Slaying the Mermaid was published in 1998. She also wrote a book titled Compulsive Behavior under a pseudonym Richard Sebastian. Golden was a co-author of such books as Under the Mask, The Ultimate Body Rolling Workout and The Permanent Pain Cure. Her latest book Surviving the Unsurvivable was published in 2012.
Golden also was a contributor of articles and reviews to magazines and newspapers, including Brooklyn Bridge, Yoga Journal, Why, New Directions for Women, New York Newsday, and City Limits.
(Drawing on interviews with experts and a diverse group of...)1998
(Created by veteran yoga teacher Yamuna Zake, body rolling...)2003
(Drawing upon four years' experience as a volunteer in a s...)1992
(Every year, millions of people undergo surgery. Yet few t...)2001
(Dr. Yutsis' theory posits that cancer is a well-connected...)2012
Stephanie Golden is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and National Writers Union.
Quotes from others about the person
“Yamuna Zake: "Stephanie is incredibly amazing to work with. I feel blessed to have found a writer who is so professional, believes totally in my work and understands what I want to say."
Susan Lee Bady: "Stephanie Golden helped me write and design my website for my psychotherapy practice, making what was for me a high-anxiety task into a lot of creative fun. She edited my text so it reads very well, helped me make the color, photo, and design choices, and gave me the information I need to develop search engine visibility. I found her thorough and conscientious and can recommend her wholeheartedly."”