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Title Benefiting by design / edited by Chemba Raghavan, Arlene E. Edwards and Kim Marie Vaz. : women of color in feminist psychological research.

Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2008.

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Description 1 online resource (vii, 194 pages)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / Chemba Raghavan, Kim Marie Vaz and Arlene Edwards -- Trends in participant representation (or the lack thereof) / JuliaGrace J. Jester and April Dye -- Models for feminist research in community settings / Roberta Downing -- Triple jeopardy and contemporary feminist therapy : when clients are black, female, and HIV positive / Kristine Andrews and NiCole Buchanan -- Moving from "work-first" to "human welfare first" : new frameworks for theorizing about poverty and U.S. welfare policy / Heather E. Bullock and Wendy M. Limbert -- Prisons of the gaze : painting the portrait of the oriental woman / Sarah Darghouth -- Ritual and recovery : "the dead mother complex" in Tobe M. Correal's Finding soul on the path of Orisa : a West African spiritual tradition / Kim Marie Vaz -- CREST : a faith-based intervention for cocaine-dependent African American women / Kimberly Kirby [and others] -- Misunderstood, misled, and misfit : the marginalization experiences of African American lesbian youth / Amorie Robinson -- Bodies at the border : cultural influences on the body image development of Latina girls / Deborah Schooler and Janna L. Kim -- Racialized sexism in the lives of Asian American women / Neesha Patel -- Examining the effects of racism on the emotional well-being of Caribbean immigrant women : an integration of feminist and phenomenological approaches / Alisha Ali -- "Doing gender" : parental beliefs about gender identity in Asian-Indian immigrant families / Chemba Raghavan [and others] -- Multicultural counseling competency of students in clinical psychology, counseling, and social work graduate programs / Melanie Hassel and Nina Nabors -- Triangulation of voice : the Baker Principles as reflection of black women's community work and guidance for the informed practice of community psychology / Arlene E. Edwards -- Afterword: Moving forward : using research in the empowerment of women of color.
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Summary The presence of women of color Otherin the practical applications of social science research findings is severely limited, since spaces where and when women of color enter the arenas of research methodology, research question and intervention design and knowledge generation is often that of the other. Benefitting by Design addresses this limitation. It does so by locating the experience and knowledge of women of color as its central theme, Other sections of the text referring to emerging tre ...
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Subject Feminist psychology.
Minority women -- Psychology.
Minorities in psychology.
Minorities in higher education.
Minorities in the professions.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Raghavan, Chemba.
Edwards, Arlene E.
Vaz, Kim Marie.
Other Form: Print version: Benefiting by design. Newcastle upon Tyne [England] : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2008 (DLC) 2009379506 (OCoLC)238899560
ISBN 1443803936 (electronic bk.)
9781443803939 (electronic bk.)
1847186505 (Cloth)