Feminism and nursing : an historical perspective on power, status, and political activism in the nursing profession / Joan I. Roberts and Thetis M. Group.
By: Roberts, Joan I.
Contributor(s): Group, Thetis M.Material type: TextPublisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1995Description: xxiv, 369 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0275949168 (alk. paper); 9780275949167 (alk. paper); 0275951200 (pbk.); 9780275951207 (pbk.).Subject(s): Nursing -- Social aspects | Feminism | Nursing -- Political aspects | Nurses -- Political activity | Nursing -- History | NursingAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Feminism and nursing.DDC classification: 610.73
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-355) and index.
Ch. 1. "Awake, Ye Women, Awake!" Perspectives on Florence Nightingale -- Ch. 2. Nursing Leaders as Activists and Feminists -- Ch. 3. The Paradox: Nurses as Healers in "Men's Horrible Wars" -- Ch. 4. The Lively Debate: Nurses and Suffrage, the Equal Rights Amendment, and Social Reform -- Ch. 5. "What We May Become": The Sounds of Transition -- Ch. 6. The Turning Point: Nurses Connect with the Women's Movement -- Ch. 7. Poking Heads out of Their Apolitical Bonnets: Nurses Zero in on Gender, Power, and Leadership in the 1970s -- Ch. 8. "Ride the White Horse Yourself!" Women's Culture, Feminism, and Nursing in the 1980s -- Ch. 9. Where Will Nurses' Militancy Lead?