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This study examined graduate social work students' perceptions of vulnerable populations. The results suggest that although the students were able to identify oppression as a factor in the lives of women and other at-risk populations, for the most part, their perceptions of single parents...
This study of reports of physical abuse by women in medical clinics identified the barriers to reporting abuse, including time constraints and providers' and patients' attitudes and help-seeking patterns, and the responses that women find most helpful. Feminist principles of...
From 1994 through 1997, the Lesbian Health Care Project of Western New York (LHCP), a feminist social action research project, gathered region-specific information about lesbians' physical and mental health care. The project conducted a community survey, community focus groups, and a provider...
This article describes the life and contributions of Pauline Agassiz Shaw, who pioneered the public kindergarten movement in the United States and was an activist for many social causes, including women's suffrage, prison reform, and world peace.
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