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This article presents a historical perspective on the "feminization ofpoverty" by examining policies that affected women in the governmental work programs during the Great Depression of the 1930s.Although the programs created problems for capital, they remainedconsistent with patriarchy, as well...
This article explores the contribution of female social workers duringthe "second generation" of the profession—from about 1920 to 1955.It summarizes secondary data, looks at the men's takeover of socialwork, and presents primary data on two outstanding women of theperiod—Helen Hall and Harriett...
This article reports on an investigation of the nature and extent of theinteraction of feminism with social work education. The study testedtwo hypotheses: that social work educators' views of problems thataffect women vary by the degree and by the type of their feministidentification. Although...
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