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Vol 2 (2013): Intersectionalities An Intersectional Exploration: The Experiences of Southern, Rural, Black and White Women Participating in an Empowerment-Based Entrepreneurial Program Abstract   PDF
Adele Natasha Norris, Yvette Murphy-Erby, Amber Green, Kara Willis, Tanita Jones
 
Vol 1 (2012): Intersectionalities Antiracist Feminist Activism in Womens Social Service Organizations: A Review of the Literature Abstract   PDF
Sobia Shaheen Shaikh
 
Vol 1 (2012): Intersectionalities Attitudes of Undergraduate Social Work Students Toward Interprofessional Health Care Practice and Interprofessional Health Care Education Abstract   PDF
Donna Hardy Cox, Michelle Sullivan, Pamela Button
 
Vol 3 (2014): Intersectionalities Colonial Encounters: Racialized Social Workers Negotiating Professional Scripts of Whiteness Abstract   PDF
Harjeet Kaur Badwall
 
Vol 1 (2012): Intersectionalities Fat is a Social Work Issue: Fat Bodies, Moral Regulation, and the History of Social Work Abstract   PDF
May Friedman
 
Vol 2 (2013): Intersectionalities Fostering a personal-is-political ethics: Reflexive conversations in social work education Abstract   PDF
Chris Chapman, Nazia Hoque, Louise Utting
 
Vol 3 (2014): Intersectionalities Healthcare and Social-services Institutions in the Face of Radical Differences Abstract   PDF
Sandro Cattacin, Dagmar Domenig
 
Vol 1 (2012): Intersectionalities Sanism, Mental Health, and Social Work/Education: A Review and Call to Action Abstract   PDF
Jennifer M. Poole, Tania Jivraj, Araxi Arslanian, Kristen Bellows, Sheila Chiasson, Husnia Hakimy, Jessica Pasini, Jenna Reid
 
Vol 2 (2013): Intersectionalities The Deserving and Non-deserving Races: Colonial Intersections of Social Welfare History in Ontario Abstract   PDF
Anne O'Connell
 
Vol 2 (2013): Intersectionalities The (In)Visibility of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Psychiatric Theorizing of Transgenderism and Intersexuality Abstract   PDF
Jemma Tosh
 
Vol 3 (2014): Intersectionalities The rise of anti-immigrant policies: An analysis of three state laws and implications for social work Abstract   PDF
Susanna Jones, Rich Furman, Melody Loya, Alissa R. Ackerman, Nalini Negi, Doug Epps, Gladys Mondragon
 
Vol 2 (2013): Intersectionalities Using a Black Feminist Framework: A Study Comparing Bias Against Female Entrepreneurs in Caribbean Micro-banking Abstract   PDF
Caroline Shenaz Hossein
 
Vol 1 (2012): Intersectionalities In the World: Toward a Foucauldian Ethics of Reading in Social Work Abstract   PDF
Teresa Macias
 
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ISSN: 1925-1270