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Health Care Women Int. 2000 Mar;21(2):105-19.

A feminist critique of research on women's work and health.

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School of Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 53201, USA. eoim@uwm.edu

Abstract

Research on women's work and health largely has failed to incorporate gender into the models of the processes through which work influences well-being. In this article, the research on women's work and health is critiqued from a feminist perspective; male-oriented and ethnocentric views on women's work are negated, and gender and socioeconomic issues are highlighted and included in the picture of women's work. Male-centered and ethnocentric views and assumptions on women's work are prevalent in the whole research process, and methodological limitations due to the distorted views are indicated. Based on the critique, some implications for future research on women's work and health are proposed.

PMID:
10818832
DOI:
10.1080/073993300245339
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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