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Intersections of religion and race in Women's and Gender Studies: Possibilities for teaching introductory courses
This dissertation study aims to improve social-justice education by investigating an area of diversity that is often overlooked within the field of women’s and gender studies (WGS): religion. Using introductory WGS courses ...
Examining drug use stigma: Considerations from race and drug type
Despite data showing 80% of crack defendants to be Black while 66% of those who use crack are White or Hispanic, a gap exists in academic understanding of drug use stigma related to racialized drug types. For this reason, ...
Examining the intersections of age, race, and mental health through linguistic analysis
The purpose of the current study was to examine patterns in the language used to describe individuals at different stages of the lifespan, and to determine through a framework of intersectionality, whether language use ...