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Gender Players and Gender Prisoners: When Intersex Activism, Medical Authority, and Terminology Collide
Between October of 2008 and April of 2011, over three-hundred hours of ethnographic observations in the public meeting spaces of intersex organizational meetings were recorded in addition to sixty-five in-depth interviews ...
Visible But Out of Place: Black Women and Gender in Assessments of African American Inequality
In my dissertation, I analyze the ways that leaders of African American social justice organizations use gendered collective action frames in their efforts to interpret and present solutions for social problems that affect ...
Spatiality of Immigrant Social Networks and Their Impact on Residential Patterns
The purpose of this dissertation is to identify unique functions of immigrants’ social networks and organizational affiliations, the spatial aspects of their communities, and the ways in which these are implicated in their ...
Tax Increment Financing in Chicago, IL, Building Neoliberal Exclusion One School at a Time
(Sage Publications, 2015-01)
The article examines how the entrepreneurial municipal government in Chicago, IL has deployed tax increment financing revenues to realize so-called urban education reform through the construction of exclusive neoliberal ...
Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater: Evaluation of Domain Importance Weighting in Quality of Life Measurements
(Springer Verlag, 2014)
Hsieh, C. M. Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater: Evaluation of Domain This paper examined major inconsistencies between claims made and the evidence presented in recent studies on evaluating the role of domain ...