Dr. Michelle Harrison wrote that health care professionals have historically "underserved" women (1990) by:
To access literature inspired by "Woman as Other" by Dr. Michelle Harrison, you can use Google Scholar to search for publications that cite her article directly or search for more relevant articles. For more information about using Google Scholar, please refer to this guide to learn how to set up your Google Scholar to include Gumberg's resources and this University of Southern California guide to learn how to conduct a citation search. Beyond this selected reading, "otherness" is a central concept within disciplines of sociology, and the following keywords and phrases can be used to find more publications involved in this discussion and its real world applications.
|Otherness||Otherness is discussed across all dimensions of social category, so it is recommended that you specify your population of interest to return the most relevant results.|
|Invisible women||The concept of invisibility is another way researchers describe issues of exclusion from social systems and services.|
|Social identities||There are many parts of our identity which includes race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, etc. Isolating which social category you are interested in may help narrow your search.|
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Academic Search Elite: "women's health" AND otherness
APA PsycInfo: invisible women AND healthcare
Google Scholar: "Woman as Other: The premise of Medicine" citations
Google Scholar: "The Second Sex Woman as Other" by Simone de Beauvoir citations
Sociology Database: noft("health care") AND otherness
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