Gender Oppression and Globalization: Challenges for Social Work

Gender Oppression and Globalization: Challenges for Social Work

edited by Sharvari Karandikar, fl. 2002, Tonya E. Perry, fl. 1998 and Janet L. Finn, 1956- (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2013), 429 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
This wide-ranging and compelling volume explores the mutually shaping relationship between globalization and gender oppression and considers the implications for social work. Delving into such timely issues as human trafficking, self-image among Black teenagers, and immigration, the authors suggest ways to prepare social workers to engage in critical thought and action that will inform and transform practice. Not intended to provide direct answers to questions about gender-based oppression, the book instead uses lived experiences to illustrate the complexity of gender-based oppression in the global context. It will help students grapple with the social constructions of gender and power by providing empirical research and reflexive essays that challenge them to ask the “why” and “how” questions about the conditions that promote gender-based oppression and to suggest strategies that might be used to address them."Taken as a whole, this collection is polished, well-organized, literate, and destined to be a major contribution to the literature." – Katherine van Wormer, University of Northern Iowa
Field of Interest
Social Work
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2013 CSWE Press
Content Type
Book
Format
Text
Page Count
429
Publication Year
2013
Publisher
Council on Social Work Education
Place Published / Released
Alexandria, VA
Subject
Social Work, Social Sciences, Psychology & Counseling, Poverty, Diversity, Crisis, Trauma, and Disasters, Social work, Human trafficking, Oppression (Psychology), Women, Globalization, Macro

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