A Feminist Critique of Articles about Women Published in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice: 1990-2000
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This feminist critique of articles published about women in the Journal of Community College Research and Practice from 1990 to 2000 considers the extent to which they use feminist literature, frameworks, and methodology. The authors interrogate these articles' findings and the implications drawn from them asking whether they serve feminist goals of social change, women's emancipation, and institutional transformation. The critique examined 15 women-centered articles and 11 articles that treated gender as a variable. The analysis illustrated how the application of feminist tools of inquiry can generate further insights about women's participation in the community college and calls for the empowerment of women as participants and researchers through more extensive integration of women's studies in graduate programs.
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Community College Journal of Research and Practice, v. 27, issue 9-10, p. 769-786
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Safarik, Lynn; Wolgemuth, Jennifer R.; and Kees, Nathalie L., "A Feminist Critique of Articles about Women Published in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice: 1990-2000" (2003). Educational and Psychological Studies Faculty Publications. 183.