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Rural women entered the workforce in record numbers during the 1970s. However, they remained concentrated in the low-wage sectors of the rural economy. This article examines the prevalence of low-wage employment among rural women and its effects on the feminization of rural poverty.
For several years I have been teaching a social work course on how social workers can make their employing organization more responsive to consumers. We'study how decisions are made in organizations. The students and I have become intrigued with the use of consensus decision-making in some...
Utilizing Jean Baker Miller's ideas that the need to serve and the need to affiliate are the two most significant aspects of the psychic structure of women, the author argues that Miller's formulation can help the practitioner to reframe women's psychiatric symptoms and thus to understand the...
This article describes a class-action suit, representing 2,200 faculty women on Oregon's eight college and university campuses. The suit, which sought $33.1 million in back pay, alleged that, between 1972 and 1980, the Oregon State Board of Higher Education had paid the women an average of 9-10...
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