Special Issues of Periodicals

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Special Issues of Periodicals


Lehman, JoAnne, Resources for Gender and Women's Studies: A Feminist Review


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE v. 33, no. l (2007): Thematic focus on gender-related issues. Issue editor: Trade J. Gardner. Publisher: Informa Healthcare. ISSN: 0095-2990 (print), 1097-9891 (electronic). Available online to licensed subscribers through Informaworld Journal, Academic Search Elite, and EBSCO (Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition).

Partial contents: "A New (Gender-Based Model for Women's Recovery From Substance Abuse: Results of a Pilot Outcome Study," by Lisa M. Najavits et al.; "Decreased Perfusion in Young Alcohol-Dependent Women as Compared With Age-Matched Controls," by Camellia P. Clark et al.; "Gender Differences in the Relationship Between Heavy Episodic Drinking, Social Roles, and Alcohol-Related Aggression in a U.S. Sample of Late Adolescent and Young Adult Drinkers," by Samantha Wells et al.; "Sexual Aggression Among White, Black, and Hispanic Couples in the U.S.: Alcohol Use, Physical Assault and Psychological Aggression as Its Correlates," by Suhasini Ramisetty-Mikler et al.; "Characteristics, Drug Use, and Sex Partners of a Sample of Male Sex Workers," by Sandra C. Timpson et al.

CODESRIA BULLETIN ONLINE no. 1&2, 2006: Special issue on women and gender. Editor-in-Chief: Francis B. Nyamnjoh. Managing Editor: Sulaiman Adebowale. Publisher: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, Dakar, Senegal; website: http://www.codesria.org/. ISSN: 0850-0712. Free: download in PDF. Special issue at http://www.codesria.org/Links/Publications/contents_bulletin/bulletin_1_2006.htm.

Partial contents: "Making Gains with Women's Rights: One Step Forward, Two or Three Steps Back," by Amanda Gouws; "Which Way Forward? Gender Theories, Debates and Practice after the Nairobi and Beijing Conferences," by Catherine Wawasi Kitetu; "Declarations upon Declarations: When Shall Women Experience Real Change?" by Mary Amuyunzu-Nyamongo; "Women, Citizenship and Governance," by Penda Mbow; "Foregrounding Women's Agency in Africa's Democratisation Process," by Jacinta Ndambuki; "Madam President: The Changing Gender Dynamics of African Politics," by Paul Tiyambe Zeleza; "African Women and Ageing: Nairobi, Beijing, and the Implications for African Gender Scholarship," by Isabella Aboderin; "Sexuality, African Religio-Cultural Traditions and Modernity: Expanding the Lens," by Ifi Amadiume; "Globalisation of Sex and the Problematics of Gender Identities in Africa: From Human Rights to Women's Rights to Sexual Freedom," by Babere Kerata Chacha & Kenneth Nyangena; "The Dark Shadow of Masculinities and Women's Emancipation Agenda," by James Ogola Onyango; "'Some Women Are Stubborn'; Power, Violence against Women and the Challenges of Religion," by Olutoyin Mejiuni; "Righting the Wrong and Writing the Law in Cameroon: Fumbuen Women Against Fon Simon Vugah II," by Susanna Yene Awasom; "Notes on Transformative Feminism in Tanzania," by Demere Kitunga & Marjorie Mbilinyi; "Legalising Cairo: Prospects and Opportunities for Reproductive Rights in Nigeria," by Nkolika Ijeoma Aniekwu; "Plenty Done. …

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