Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-57).
|Statement||by Brigid M. Sackey.|
|Series||Occasional research papers ;, no. 5, Occasional research papers series 2000 ;, paper 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||2001314421|
African Women, Religion, and Health book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The book begins by first describing the particular con /5(6). Journal of Religion and Health explores the most contemporary modes of religious and spiritual thought with particular emphasis on their relevance to current medical and psychological research. Taking an eclectic approach to the study of human values, health, and emotional welfare, this international interdisciplinary journal publishes original peer-reviewed articles that . Fighting Mental Health Stigma: 7 Empowering Books by Black Women. Managing Editor’s Note: In this post, Lyndsey Ellis speaks to the challenge of coping with mental illness, especially in our post-election world, and finding the empowerment needed to fight its stigma. I admire Jimmy Carter but found this book frustrating. Each chapter outlines a different problem women face globally: domestic violence, trafficking, maternal health, etc. and as a thoughtful fact-based summary, it does a fine job (and can be used as a primer, especially for men of an older generation, to raise consciousness).4/5.
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The attitude of women towards religion as well as women's role in various religious teachings and institutions has been the focus of scholarly studies since the s and the s and arose with the development of gender studies and the emergence of concepts like androcentrism and gynocentrism - the privileging of the human male, or female, respectively. According to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, religion is a significant part of women’s lives: 86% of women in the United States are religiously affiliated, 63% say that a religion Author: Kelly Frazier. Biography Business Current Affairs & Politics Diet, Health & Fitness Fiction History Kids' Books Mystery & Crime Religion Romance Sci-Fi & Fantasy Teen Books See All > Discover Book Graph™ B&N Readouts Indie eBooks Free NOOK Mobile Apps Self-publish with B&N Press. Janet Liebman Jacobs (born ) is an American sociologist specializing in gender and religion. Jacobs' research focuses on women, religion, ethnicity, genocide and the social psychology of gender. She has authored seven books, including Hidden Heritage: The Legacy of the Crypto-Jews, for which she won the Distinguished Book Award from the Society for the Scientific Alma mater: University of Colorado.