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Structural decreases in access to services and income make womenincreasingly vulnerable to poverty. Guided by liberal feminist-structuraltheory, this article reviews three social constraints that uniquelycontribute to women's poverty: the confines on the family system, theconditions ofwomen's...
More than two thirds of the female inmates of prisons in the UnitedStates are recidivists. This article presents recommendations for reintegrating female inmates into the community on the basis of thefindings of a 1993 study of female offenders in the Oklahoma correctional system. The...
Women's organizations in many early 20th-century communitiesdeveloped travelers aid (TA) programs to protect and rescue womenwho were traveling on their own or were strangers to an area and hadscant funds for security. This case study of TA services for women inDuluth, Minnesota, at a time when...
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