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Environment Through a Gendered Lens: From Person-in-Environment to Woman-in-Environment

Kemp, Susan P.

Affilia Journal of Women and Social Work, Spring, 2001, Vol.16(1), p.7 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Environment Through a Gendered Lens: From Person-in-Environment to Woman-in-Environment
  • Autor: Kemp, Susan P.
  • Assuntos: Human Ecology -- Research ; Social Services -- Social Aspects
  • É parte de: Affilia Journal of Women and Social Work, Spring, 2001, Vol.16(1), p.7
  • Descrição: Building on interdisciplinary work by critical and feminist scholars in geography, architecture and urban planning, and history, this article proposes a reworking of social work's person-environment formulation to incorporate gender and its implications more fully. Three interlocking domains are addressed: (a) women's subjective experiences of their everyday environments; (b) the connections among these environmental experiences, the geography of women's lives, and larger social categories such as race/ethnicity, class, and sexual orientation; and (c) women's environmental strengths, resources, and agency.

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