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  • Hilbert Judith C.; Kolia Raiza; VanLeeuwen Dawn M. (Sage Publications, 1997-01-01)
    The aim of the exploratory study discussed in this article was to distinguish between women who return to shelters and those who become independent from their abusers on discharge (disposition). The women's length of stay ...
  • Tice Karen W. (Sage Publications, 1990-10-01)
    Case studies of women's organizations have focused on urban programs but neglected the unique problems faced by rural programs. This article explores the organizational politics of four rural battered women's programs in ...
  • Gerdes Karen E.; Beck Martha N.; Cowan-Hancock Sylvia; Wilkinson-Sparks Tracey (Sage Publications, 1996-04-01)
    Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse who are members of patriarchal religions face a particular challenge because church teachings and interactions with church members may present barriers to the full recognition and ...
  • Davis Liane V. (Sage Publications, 1986-03-01)
    A central contributor to the current dissatisfaction with social work research, the author argues, is that most of the research produced for the profession uses a male model of knowledge development that is alien to women, ...
  • Brown Kaaren Strauch; Ziefert Marjorie (Sage Publications, 1990-04-01)
    This article describes the application of a developmental model in work with groups of homeless women in two shelters and delineates the types of homeless women and the stages through which the women go as they develop. ...
  • Meyer Carol H. (Sage Publications, 1996-07-01)
  • Неизвестный автор (Sage Publications, 1987-03-01)
  • Kaplan Mark S.; Krell-Long Laurie (Sage Publications, 1993-07-01)
    AIDS is now a disease primarily of disadvantaged people of color, and a particularly vulnerable group is poor women of color. This article presents a general view of HIV testing from the perspective of the contemporary ...
  • Lacerte Judith; Harris Donna L. (Sage Publications, 1986-06-01)
    Since the mid-nineteenth century, women have been concerned about and have had an impact on social legislation related to alcoholism. This article describes the activities of women in the anti-alcohol movement and explores ...
  • Turner Sandra (Sage Publications, 1992-10-01)
    This report describes a study of 116 women alcoholics and examines the relationships between their alcoholism and their depression. Although over a one-year period, the depression of the majority diminished when they reduced ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Sage Publications, 1995-04-01)
  • Egan Marcia (Sage Publications, 1993-10-01)
    Appalachian women who are the first of their families to pursue higher education must prevail against cultural and family norms. This qualitative study of the experiences of 12 such women students revealed the influences ...
  • Gross Emma R. (Sage Publications, 1992-07-01)
    Many observers of contemporary American family life view current sociodemographic and psychological trends in family affairs with alarm, as evidence of an irrevocable "decline" in the viability of "the" family as the ...
  • Parks Mary Anderson (Sage Publications, 1990-07-01)
  • Coss Clare (Sage Publications, 1995-04-01)
  • Allen Laura L. (Sage Publications, 1988-09-01)
  • Fiene Judith Ivy (Sage Publications, 1995-07-01)
    This report of a qualitative study of eight battered women in a rural Appalachian shelter disclosed that the women's social isolation was a product of their batterers' actions, the women's sense of shame, and the stigma ...
  • Yegidis Bonnie L.; Renzy Robin Berman (Sage Publications, 1994-04-01)
    This article reports the findings of an exploratory study of the experiences of 51 battered women in four spouse abuse shelters in a Florida county with a preferred arrest policy. Despite this policy, which encourages the ...
  • Schmir Judy (Sage Publications, 1986-12-01)
    The concepts of "being" and "doing," as described by Winnicott and Guntrip, are discussed in relation to the dual nature of human character: the feminine and the masculine, the passive and the active. The inevitable effect ...
  • Freeman Miriam L. (Sage Publications, 1990-07-01)
    This article reports on an investigation of the nature and extent of the interaction of feminism with social work education. The study tested two hypotheses: that social work educators' views of problems that affect women ...