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[BOOK] Women with disabilities: Essays in psychology, culture, and politics

M Fine – 2009 – books.google.com

moves us one step closer to understanding the varieties of the female experience. … We have tried
to piece together a new understanding of the disabled woman and to respect the … of friendship,
political work, and personal forms of resistance affect girls and women with disabilities …

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[CITATION] A labour of love: Women, work, and caring

J Finch, D Groves – 1983 – Routledge

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Accounting for recent declines in employment rates among working-aged men and women with disabilities

J Bound, T Waidmann – Journal of Human Resources, 2002 – JSTOR

During the 1990s, while overall employment rates for working-aged men and women either
remained roughly constant (men) or rose (women), employment rates for people with
disabilities fell. During the same period the fraction of the working-aged population receiving

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[CITATION] Women and disability: The experience of physical disability among women

S Lonsdale – 1990 – Macmillan Education

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Employment inequality revisited: Predictors of better employment outcomes for young women with disabilities in transition

B Doren, MR Benz – The Journal of Special Education, 1998 – journals.sagepub.com

Young women with disabilities are more likely to experience poorer postschool employment
outcomes than young men with disabilities. This study explores factors associated with
better employment outcomes for both young women and young men with disabilities, and

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Twice penalized: Employment discrimination against women with disabilities

B O’Hara – Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 2004 – journals.sagepub.com

This article examines wage discrimination during the initial stages of employment using
panel data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation. Women with disabilities
are twice disadvantaged in the labor market: They face possible discrimination based on

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[BOOK] Women and disability: The double handicap

MJ Deegan, NA Brooks – 1985 – books.google.com

Also lacking are studies of the effects on female sexuality of such conditions as … the Federal-State
Vocational Rehabilitation System and the regulations concerning disability benefits under … the
effects of discrimination and stigmatization on the lives of disabled women whom we …

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Evidence of employment inequality among females with disabilities

SA Fulton, EJ Sabornie – The Journal of Special Education, 1994 – journals.sagepub.com

Women consistently earn less than men. This holds true for individuals with and without
disabilities. Women with disabilities, however, have more negative employment experiences
than do men with disabilities. The purpose of this article is to explore the less than desirable

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Abuse of women with disabilities: State of the science

D Hassouneh-Phillips… – Rehabilitation Counseling …, 2002 – journals.sagepub.com

In an- other example, a woman’s abuser told her, &dquo;No one is going to help … with their vic-
tims that were similar to the types of abusive relationships women without disabilities … abusers
had a relationship with the victim that was specif- ically related to the person’s disability. …

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Gender equity issues in vocational and transition services and employment outcomes experienced by young women with disabilities

B Doren, M Benz – Double jeopardy: Addressing gender equity in …, 2001 – books.google.com

Our nation has been engaged for several years in efforts to improve postschool outcomes of
all youth, including youth with disabilities. The impetus for these efforts can be traced to
national reports documenting an alarming gap between the demand for highly skilled

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Chartbook on Women and Disability in the United States. An InfoUse Report.

L Jans, S Stoddard – 1999 – ERIC

5 Are the activity limitations of women and men caused by different conditions? 6 What are threats
to health and safety for females, compared to males? 7 … Section 5 reviews differences between
women and men in terms of disability due to mental illness, including …

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Employment, work disability, and work days lost in patients with ankylosing spondylitis: a cross sectional study of Dutch patients

A Boonen, A Chorus, H Miedema… – Annals of the …, 2001 – ard.bmj.com

37 The disease is about three times more common in men than women and usually … The data
on employment and disability were adjusted by indirect standardisation and presented as adjusted …
Altogether, 4.1% of patients (3.0% of male patients and 6.6% of female patients) had …

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Factors influencing the duration of work-related disability: a population-based study of Washington State workers’ compensation.

A Cheadle, G Franklin, C Wolfhagen… – … Journal of Public …, 1994 – ajph.aphapublications.org

in magni- tude, indicate that workers with a longer duration of disabilitywere more likely (1) to
be women, older, and … investigation has shown that, af- ter adjusting for initial hospitalization, factors
that predicted longer duration of disability included older age, female gen- der …

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Gender, disabilities, and employment in the health and retirement study

P Loprest, K Rupp, SH Sandell – Journal of Human Resources, 1995 – JSTOR

Consistent with our results for 51 to 61 year old males and females, SIPP estimates for … show male
life expec- tancy at age 50 is 25.81 years, while female life expectancy is … and cognitive demand
indices, weighted by occupational employment, are similar for men and women. …

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[BOOK] The Women’s Health and Aging Study: health and social characteristics of older women with disability

JM Guralnik, LP Fried, EM Simonsick, ME Lafferty… – 1995 – books.google.com

While it was recognized in designing this study that potentially valuable male-female com-
parisons are sacrificed by examining women only, and that certain findings on the causes and
course of disability in women may not hold true in men, the magnitude of the …

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Women with disabilities: Two handicaps plus

WJ Hanna, B Rogovsky – Disability, Handicap & Society, 1991 – Taylor & Francis

disabled, 88%; female non-disabled, 49%; male disabled, 69%; and female disabled, 33%
(expected … every level of education, including the highest, we find that women with disabilities …
building entry ramps) and symbolic ones (eg thinking that disabled woman equals disabled …

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Self-esteem and women with disabilities

MA Nosek, RB Hughes, N Swedlund, HB Taylor… – Social science & …, 2003 – Elsevier

Questionnaires and postage-paid return envelopes were mailed to some 1060 women with
physical … Each woman was also sent a similar questionnaire (minus all disability-related questions)
and a postage-paid return envelope to give to one of her non-disabled female friends …

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Vulnerabilities for abuse among women with disabilities

MA Nosek, CC Foley, RB Hughes, CA Howland – Sexuality and Disability, 2001 – Springer

questions) and a postage-paid return envelope to give to one of her nondisabled female friends. …
and threats of abandonment seen in families of origin were also reported by women discussing
their … One woman said her husband told her, “I would never have married you if I had …

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Work disability among women with rheumatoid arthritis. The relative importance of disease, social, work, and family factors

ST Reisine, KE Grady, C Goodenow… – Arthritis & …, 1989 – Wiley Online Library

Abstract Yelin and others have shown social work factors to be more important than disease
factors in predicting work disability among arthritis patients; however, the effects of family
factors on work role functioning have not been considered in previous explanatory models.

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Barriers to training for disabled social work students

S Baron, R Phillips, K Stalker – Disability & Society, 1996 – Taylor & Francis

agencies had equal opportunities policies which referred speci®cally to employees with
disabilities. … of training, access to specialist advice and the experiences of women and people
from … of oppression and the development of a social theory of disability, Disability, Handicap & …

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The investigation of abuse and women with disabilities: Going beyond assumptions

MA Nosek, CA Howland… – … against women, 2001 – journals.sagepub.com

study conducted by the Center for Research on Women with Disabilities identified several disability- …
as traumatic brain injury, mental illness, and mental retardation, may limit the woman’s ability
to … In their analy- sis of the policy implications of abuse of women with disabilities …

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[CITATION] With wings: An anthology of literature by and about women with disabilities

M Saxton, F Howe – 1987 – Feminist Press at CUNY

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Labor market discrimination against women with disabilities

ML Baldwin, WG Johnson – … : A Journal of Economy and Society, 1995 – Wiley Online Library

1 ~ We use Baldwin and Johnson’s (1992a) technique to estimate the disin- centive effects of
wage discrimination on the employment of women with disabilities. The observed probability
of employment for the average woman with a disability, II,, is derived from probit …

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School-to-work components that predict postschool success for students with and without disabilities

MR Benz, P Yovanoff, B Doren – Exceptional Children, 1997 – journals.sagepub.com

Disability Status by Gender (females with – 1.30 .55 **a … with a disability is expressed as: .20 =
.75 (odds of competitive employment if you have a disability) x ,99 … employment if you are female)
x ,27 (odds [original] of competitive employment if you are a disabled female), *p < .05 …

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Disability and employment

C Barnes – Personnel Review, 1992 – emeraldinsight.com

Some employers in the service sector feel that the sight of a disabled woman disturbs
clients[17]. … Fifty-seven per cent of the men and 61 per cent of the women said that their employer
had done nothing to help their employment needs[4]. … Page 13. Disability and Employment 67 …

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[HTML] Factors of importance for work disability in women with fibromyalgia

C Henriksson, G Liedberg – Journal of Rheumatology, 2000 – diva-portal.org

OBJECTIVE: To identify factors of importance for women with fibromyalgia (FM) to continue
working despite the limitations imposed by the symptoms. METHODS: A mail questionnaire
with questions regarding social background, symptoms, sickness benefits, work situation,

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Disability and handicap in rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis–results from the German rheumatological database. German Collaborative Arthritis Centers.

A Zink, J Braun, J Listing… – The Journal of …, 2000 – europepmc.org

RESULTS: For comparable ages, disability in female patients with AS or RA was rated similarly
by the physicians (eg, 61-70 years: 42% severe disability in RA and 44% in AS), whereas men …
Patients’ self-ratings of disability were generally worse for women than for …

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Abuse of women with disabilities: Policy implications

MA Nosek, CA Howland… – Journal of Disability …, 1997 – journals.sagepub.com

Questionnaires and postage-paid return envelopes were thus mailed to 1,150 women with
physical … Each woman was also sent a simi- lar questionnaire (minus all disability-related questions)
and a postage- paid return envelope to give to one of her nondisabled female friends. …

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Violence and women with disabilities: Silence and paradox

L Chenoweth – Violence against women, 1996 – journals.sagepub.com

One nurse reported that he was “ex- tremely disturbed about the risks to female patients from
male patients … … In the report of the National Committee on Violence Against Women, one woman
with an intellectual disabil- ity revealed, From the time I was very young my …

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Physical and sexual assault of women with disabilities

SL Martin, N Ray, D Sotres-Alvarez… – … against women, 2006 – journals.sagepub.com

Another clinic-based study of 1,000 consecutive adult female patients with neurological disorders …
Each woman who experienced such assault was asked about the perpetrator’s social … Bivariate
analysis found that women with disabilities were not significantly more or less likely …

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[HTML] Overview of work disability in rheumatoid arthritis patients as observed in cross‐sectional and longitudinal surveys

SMM Verstappen, JWJ Bijlsma, H Verkleij… – Arthritis Care & …, 2004 – Wiley Online Library

First author, year (ref), Country, N, Age, mean, years, Women, %, Disease duration, mean, years,
Work disabled … are from 91 patients who were either working full time or were receiving a work
disability pension … Newhall-Perry, 2000 (13), US, 95, 48, 80*, 0.5, 13, Work disabled due …

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[HTML] Factors of importance for work disability in women with fibromyalgia: an interview study

GM Liedberg, CM Henriksson – Arthritis Care & Research, 2002 – Wiley Online Library

Objective Fibromyalgia symptoms such as continuous pain, tiredness, hyperalgesia, and
allodynia limit gainful employment. The present study examines which factors influence the
decision to remain in a work role for women with fibromyalgia. This information is important

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Examining the impact of physical and sexual abuse on the employment of women with disabilities in the United States: An exploratory analysis

DL Smith, DR Strauser – Disability and rehabilitation, 2008 – Taylor & Francis

Purpose. The relationship between the employment status of women with disabilities and
the incidence of physical and sexual abuse in the United States was examined. Method.
Data from the 2005 Behavioural Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) were analyzed

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Employment status of women with disabilities from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (1995–2002)

DL Smith – Work, 2007 – content.iospress.com

Abstract Among working aged adults (18–64) with disabilities, three out of 10 (32%) work full
or part-time, compared to eight out of 10 (81%) of those without disabilities [9]. In addition,
24.7% of women with a severe disability and 27.8% of men with a severe disability are

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Health care for women with disabilities: Population-based evidence of disparities

SL Parish, J Huh – Health & social work, 2006 – academic.oup.com

Abstract Despite having similar or better potential access to health care, women with
disabilities experience worse health care and worse preventive care than nondisabled
women. This study examined the health care of a national probability sample of 8,721

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Partner violence against women with disabilities: Prevalence, risk, and explanations

DA Brownridge – Violence against women, 2006 – journals.sagepub.com

p < .05. Page 10. 814 Violence Against Women Table 2 Independent Variables by Disability Status
(%) Independent Variables Disabled Nondisabled Relationship factors Education compatibility
Woman has much less education 18.3 15.2 Woman has less education …

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Reproductive health care experiences of women with physical disabilities: a qualitative study

H Becker, A Stuifbergen, M Tinkle – Archives of physical medicine and …, 1997 – Elsevier

could make available repro- ductive health care information targeted to the special needs and
concerns of their female consumers … For example, a woman who lacks sensation in the genital
area may need to visually inspect her genitalia for signs … Women with physical disabilities …

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Women, work, and disability: Opportunities and challenges

NF Russo, MA Jansen – Women with disabilities: Essays in …, 1988 – books.google.com

The historic changes in women’s work and family roles of the past two decades have
profound implications for public policy. The trend toward women working outside the home
in the 1950s escalated in the 1970s, with labor force participation increasing from one-third

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[CITATION] Encounters with strangers: Feminism and disability

J Morris – 1996 – Womens PressLtd

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An exploratory study on the work of independent living centers to address abuse of women with disabilities

NP Swedlund, MA Nosek – Journal of Rehabilitation, 2000 – search.proquest.com

An Exploratory Study on the Work of Independent Living Centers to Address Abuse of
Women with Disabilities Nancy P. Swedlund Margaret A. Nosek Baylor College of Medicine
Staff of 36 independent living centers (ILCs) par-ticipated in telephone interviews about their

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Observations from the CDC: Promoting the Health and Wellness of Women with Disabilities

JM Thierry – Journal of Women’s Health, 1998 – online.liebertpub.com

2014. Intersecting and Embodied Identities: A Queer Woman’s Experience of Disability
and Sexuality. … Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 51:4, 253-259. … 2007. Menopause
Health Decision Support for Women With Physical Disabilities. …

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[CITATION] Employment issues for women with disabilities.

CL Vash – Rehabilitation Literature, 1981 – europepmc.org

Employment issues for women with disabilities. (PMID:6217527). PMID:6217527. …

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[PDF] Breaking the mould? An introduction to doing disability research

C Barnes, G Mercer – Doing disability research, 1997 – sonify.psych.gatech.edu

CAMP LING, J. (1981) Images of Ourselves: Women with Disabilities Talking. … DISABILITY,
HANDICAP & SOCIETY (1992) Special Issue: 7 (2). DISABLED PEOPLES’ INTERNATIONAL
(1992) Proceedings of the Third World Congress of Disabled Peoples’ International. …

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The role of fear-avoidance beliefs in acute low back pain: relationships with current and future disability and work status

JM Fritz, SZ George, A Delitto – Pain, 2001 – Elsevier

JavaScript is disabled on your browser. … Thirty subjects (38%) were female; mean age was 37.4
years (range 18–58, SD=10.4), and the mean time from onset … is scored from 0 to 5, and the final
score is expressed as a percentage with higher numbers indicating greater disability. …

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[BOOK] The disability studies reader

LJ Davis – 2006 – books.google.com

If one had tried to find the category “composers, female” in music history thirty years ago, there …
their work minimalized or suppressed in the same way that people of color or women have
experienced … aspects of the body is now being reassembled into the field of disability studies …

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Body troubles: women, the workplace and negotiations of a disabled identity

I Dyck – … : Geographies of illness, impairment and disability, 1999 – books.google.com

Throughout the social sciences the influence of cultural studies, feminisms and the
challenges of post-modernism and post-structuralism have made space for sustained
debate over the nature of human subjectivity, its constitution and its transformations.

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Economic analysis of transfer programs targeted on people with disabilities

J Bound, RV Burkhauser – Handbook of labor economics, 1999 – Elsevier

JavaScript is disabled on your browser. … Terry Thomason, John Burton, Douglas Hyatt (Eds.), New
approaches to disability in the work place, Industrial Research Association Series … Consequences
of employment protection: the case of the Americans with Disabilities Act. …

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[BOOK] Female forms: Experiencing and understanding disability

C Thomas – 1999 – books.google.com

Part II, ‘Female Forms’, consists of three chapters which consider the importance of feminist
perspectives … research for a book on women and disability, that I was a disabled woman myself,
that I … looking for first- hand accounts of living with disability so that “women’s voices’ could …

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Women with disabilities’ experience with physical and sexual abuse: review of the literature and implications for the field

SB Plummer, PA Findley – Trauma, violence, & abuse, 2012 – journals.sagepub.com

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Longitudinal postschool outcomes of youth with disabilities: Findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study

J Blackorby, M Wagner – Exceptional children, 1996 – journals.sagepub.com

a 9 percentage point gain in employment, com- pared with 12 points for young women (NLSY). …
Female .8 23.0 22.2** 200 … Males and females both realized sizable in- creases in earnings, from
11% to 44% earning more than $6 per hour (p < .001) for males and from 1% to 23 …

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Women with Disabilities: Essays in Psychology, Culture, and Politics

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Michelle Fine, ‎Adrienne Asch – 2009 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

attendants; assisting disabled women with assertiveness training and self-defense classes; and pressuring domestic … (or abolish) these bureaucracies that so profoundly affect disabled people’s access to knowledge and employment.

Women and Disability: The Double Handicap – Page 76

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Mary Jo Deegan, ‎Nancy A. Brooks – 1985 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

But as Allan points out, “Some of the relationships between age and disability may . . . reflect the work-related … Work Limitation and Disability among Women Women not only report themselves as more disabled , they also report more serious …

Employability of Women with Disabilities: Breaching the Disability …

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Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women, ‎Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on Human Resources, Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities – 2006 – ‎Snippet view

The brief reviews evidence for the continued economic and labour market difficulties confronting women with disabilities.–Includes text from document.

Women with work disabilities

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United States. Women’s Bureau – 1992 – ‎Snippet view

Women with Intellectual Disabilities: Finding a Place in the World

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Rannveig Traustadóttir, ‎Kelley Johnson – 2000 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Women across the world are more likely to be unemployed than men. When they do have jobs they tend to be concentrated in low-paid ‘women’s work‘. If these are the realities facing non-disabled women across the world (United Nations …

Health of Women with Intellectual Disabilities – Page 15

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Patricia Noonan-Walsh, ‎Patricia Walsh, ‎Tamar Heller – 2008 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

intellectual disabilities are likely to be obese and this may act as a barrier to successful employment (see Chapter 11). It has been reported in Australian and North American studies that women with intellectual disabilities in community …

The Psychological and Social Impact of Illness and Disability, 6th …

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Mark A. Stebnicki, PhD, LPC, DCMHS, CRC, CCM, CCMC, ‎Irmo Marini, PhD, DSc, CRC, CLCP – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

ABUSE AND EMPLOYMENT The U.S. Census Bureau (Rubin & Roessler, 2008) estimated that 10% of women between ages 16 and 64 have work disabilities. Among these women, only 14% work full time, compared to 52% of women …

Wage Differences Among Closure 26 Status Competitively Employed …

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Larry Wayne Featherston – 2009 – ‎Preview

equation (prediction equation) for women with disabilities was significantly different than the wage equation for women without disabilities, F(l 9,9240) = 3.19,/?<0.01. The type of employment and job-specific work experience of women had a …

Disability and Equity at Work – Page 233

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Jody Heymann, ‎Michael Ashley Stein, ‎Gonzalo Moreno – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Career Development: Improving Options and Opportunities for Women with Disabilities. Impact: Feature Issue on Employment and Women with Disabilities 21(1), 32–33; Noonan, B.M., et al. (2004). Challenge and Success: A Qualitative Study …

Sexuality and Women with Learning Disabilities – Page 77

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Michelle McCarthy – 1999 – ‎Preview

As well as suggestions aimed to improve the criminal justice system work for people with learning disabilities, there arealso suggestions … A good example of this is the work done by a group of women with learning disabilities in Walsall.

 

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Sexuality and Women with Learning Disabilities – Page 77

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Michelle McCarthy – 1999 – ‎Preview

As well as suggestions aimed to improve the criminal justice system work for people with learning disabilities, there arealso suggestions … A good example of this is the work done by a group of women with learning disabilities in Walsall.

Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities: Multiple …

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Martha Banks, ‎Ellyn Kaschak – 2014 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Thefour authorsof this paper are all clinicians with disabilities requiring accommodation under the ADA. … A college graduate with agenuine functional disability mightfind herself unable to work full-time withoutan accommodation; she doesn«t …

Gender and Disability: Women’s Experiences in the Middle East

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Lina Abu-Habib – 1997 – ‎Full view

With Gender and Disability, Lina Abu-Habib examines the situation of women with various types of disability in the Middle East context, and describes the evolution of Oxfam’s perspective on working with disabled women.

Gender Relations in Global Perspective: Essential Readings – Page 153

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Nancy Cook – 2007 – ‎Preview

To give just one example, women with disabilities in Canada are vulnerable to the experience of gendered disability discrimination when seeking employment. This form of discrimination is compounded by the insecurities associated with …

Disability, Gender and the Trajectories of Power

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Asha Hans – 2015 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Additionally, women with disabilities have low employment rates, as compared to men with and without disabilities and women without disabilities. Women and girls with disabilities often live in economic poverty and are recognized to be …

The Body: Critical Concepts in Sociology – Page 189

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Andrew Blaikie – 2004 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

Women,. the. workplace. and. negotiations. of. a. disabled. identity. Isabel Dyck Source: R. Butler and H. Parr (edsl. Mind and Body Spaces: geographies of illness, impairment and disability. London: Routledgc. 1996. pp. 119-137. Introduction …

The Decline in Employment of People with Disabilities: A Policy Puzzle

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David C. Stapleton, ‎Richard V. Burkhauser – 2003 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

During the 1990s business cycle (1989–2000), the employment rate of the population with disabilities was below its 1989 business cycle peak for both men and women with disabilities, and their income was more dependent on federal …

Disabled Women and Domestic Violence: Responding to the Experiences …

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Ravi K. Thiara, ‎Gill Hague, Etc, ‎Ruth Bashall – 2012 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

While the failure at that time of most feminist groups to take these concerns on board pushed some disabled women … in the workplace and segregated schooling, equal state benefits and funding for disabled people’s organisations, it does …

Discrimination Against Women with Disabilities – Page 10

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It was a woman’s role to look after the home and the family; the man’s role was to find employment, earn the financial … In the case of women with disabilities, this continuing discrimination is exacerbated by all the disadvantages resulting from …

The Disabled Woman’s Guide to Pregnancy and Birth

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Otr Rogers, ‎Judith Rogers – 2010 – ‎Preview – ‎More editions

These books are written with the assumption that most women are under considerable pressure to become mothers, and the … The forces of social disapproval and their own fears often work against many disabled women in their decision to …

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Disability management and workplace integration: international research findings

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Drinking habits and disability retirement

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Addiction, 12/2012, Volume 107, Issue 12

…Introduction Disability retirement can be granted when an employee is unable to work as a result of reduced work ability because of ill health. Although health…

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Sustaining Employment in a Social Firm: Use of the Work Environment Impact Scale V2.0 to Explore Views of Employees with Psychiatric Disabilities

by Williams, Anne; Fossey, Ellie; Harvey, Carol

The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 11/2010, Volume 73, Issue 11

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Factors affecting the acceptance of people with disabilities at work: a literature review

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Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 2013, Volume 23, Issue 4

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Economic implications of chronic illness and disability in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union

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Evaluating mental health disability in the workplace: model, process, and analysis

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Behavioral Health Disability: Innovations in Prevention and Management

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Age and Disability Employment Discrimination: Occupational Rehabilitation Implications

by Bjelland, Melissa J; Bruyère, Susanne M; von Schrader, Sarah; More…

Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 12/2010, Volume 20, Issue 4

…. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Integrated Mission System data, we investigate the nature of employment discrimination charges that cite the Americans with Disabilities Act or Age…

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Health of women with intellectual disabilities

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Aspergirls: empowering females with Asperger Syndrome

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2010

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Workplace violence and mental illness

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Clinical Guide to Mental Disability Evaluations

by Gold, Liza H; Vanderpool, Donna L

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… force.At any given time, some employees with mental health problems may want or need to leave the workplace due to these disorders, either temporarily or permanently…

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Venus on wheels: two decades of dialogue on disability, biography, and being female in America

by Frank, Gelya

2000

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Lifetime Prevalence of Gender-Based Violence in Women and the Relationship With Mental Disorders and Psychosocial Function

by Rees, Susan; Silove, Derrick; Chey, Tien; More…

JAMA, 08/2011, Volume 306, Issue 5

…). An association between these forms of abuse and lifetime mental disorder and psychosocial disability among women needs to be examined…

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Are Casual and Contract Terms of Employment Hazardous for Mental Health in Australia?

by Richardson, Sue; Lester, Laurence; Zhang, Guangyu

Journal of Industrial Relations, 11/2012, Volume 54, Issue 5

…% of employees in 2011. We investigate the impacts on mental health of employment on these terms and of unemployment…

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Handbook of Work Disability: Prevention and Management

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…. Experts across multiple fields examine the lives of work disabled patients, analyze the societal and workplace burden of work disability, and review bedrock concepts of the disability…

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Workplace Discrimination and Americans With Psychiatric Disabilities: A Comparative Study

by An, Sunghee; Roessler, Richard T; McMahon, Brian T

Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 10/2011, Volume 55, Issue 1

…. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) database. Spanning the years 1992 to 2005, the data were aggregated for individuals with psychiatric disabilities and individuals with a variety of physical, sensory, and neurological disabilities…

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Female forms: experiencing and understanding disability

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Disability, human rights, and society., 1999

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Prevalence of Psychological Distress, as Measured by the Kessler 6 (K6), and Related Factors in Japanese Employees

by Masahito Fushimi; Seiji Saito; Tetsuo Shimizu; More…

Community Mental Health Journal, 06/2012, Volume 48, Issue 3

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Worksite interventions for preventing physical deterioration among employees in job-groups with high physical work demands: background, design and conceptual model of…

by Holtermann, Andreas; Jørgensen, Marie B; Gram, Bibi; More…

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Women, madness and the law: a feminist reader

by Chan, Wendy; Chunn, Dorothy E; Menzies, Robert J

2005

…  research areas – women, madness and the law – and advances the debates on how law and the ‘psy’ sciences play a critical role in regulating and controlling women’s…

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Predictors of subjective and objective caregiving burden in older female caregivers of adults with intellectual disabilities

by Chou, Yueh-Ching; Fu, Li-yeh; Lin, Li-Chan; More…

International Psychogeriatrics, 05/2011, Volume 23, Issue 4

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Pre-partum distress in women with intellectual disabilities

by McConnell, David; Mayes, Rachel; Llewellyn, Gwynnyth

Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 2008, Volume 33, Issue 2

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The work ability index and single-item question: associations with sick leave, symptoms, and health – a prospective study of women on long-term sick leave

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Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 09/2010, Volume 36, Issue 5

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Discrimination and other barriers to employment for teens and young adults with disabilities

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Disability & Rehabilitation, 2011, Volume 33, Issue 15-16

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Predictors of job satisfaction among individuals with disabilities: An analysis of South Korea’s National Survey of employment for the disabled

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Research in Developmental Disabilities, 06/2016, Volume 53-54

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Motivations of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities to Work in Mental Health Peer Services: A Qualitative Study Using Self-Determination Theory

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Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 03/2014, Volume 24, Issue 1

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Demographic Characteristics and Employment Among People with Severe Mental Illness in a Multisite Study

by Burke-Miller, Jane K; Cook, Judith A; Grey, Dennis D; More…

Community Mental Health Journal, 04/2006, Volume 42, Issue 2

…. Longitudinal analyses found that people with more recent work history, younger age, and higher education were more likely to achieve competitive employment and to work more hours per month, while…

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Perceptions of Women with Infertility on Stigma and Disability

by Sternke, Elizabeth A; Abrahamson, Kathleen

Sexuality and Disability, 03/2015, Volume 33, Issue 1

Women with fertility problems have utilized the Americans with Disabilities Act to sue to gain insurance coverage for fertility treatments and additional paid time away from work, thus requesting…

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Vocational Rehabilitation Services and Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities: A United States Study

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Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 12/2008, Volume 18, Issue 4

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Mar 30, 2016 … The economic burden of depression, including workplace costs, direct … can be used to guide mental health promotion, mental illness prevention, … over, a greater percentage of females reported depression than females.

https://www.cdc.gov/mentalhealth/…/mental-illness/depression.htm

 

 

 

 

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WEBBIB1617

 

http://tinyurl.com/m7rblv8

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Sincerely,

David Dillard

Temple University

(215) 204 – 4584

jwne@temple.edu

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Research Guides

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Indoor Gardening

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Information Literacy

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Temple University Site Map

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Bushell, R. & Sheldon, P. (Eds),

Wellness and Tourism: Mind, Body, Spirit,

Place, New York: Cognizant Communication Books.

Wellness Tourism: Bibliographic and Webliographic Essay

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http://tinyurl.com/p63whl

 

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improve your chances for indoor gardening success

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The Net-Gold relationship with JIGLU has

been terminated by JIGLU and these are dead links.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Net-Gold/message/30664

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Temple University Listserv Alert :

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