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Dugan, Daniel O. (1987)Drawing on the example of one specific Ethics Committee, the author delineates feminine and masculine styles of ethical decision making and work with the dying as two sides of what it means to be humanistic in patient care. ...
Holland, Nancy J. (1995-09)
(Un)Making Manhood: Antebellum Narratives of Black Masculine Construction as Traces of Progressive Gender Formations Sanders, Jorden Elizabeth (Georgetown University, 2016)Since the Feminist and Civil Rights Movements of the 1960s, scholars and activists have worked to deconstruct essentialist notions of race and gender, but only recently has scholarship delved into the frameworks that ...