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The Resource Designing and conducting gender, sex, & health research, edited by John L. Oliffe & Lorraine J. Greaves, (electronic resource)

Designing and conducting gender, sex, & health research, edited by John L. Oliffe & Lorraine J. Greaves, (electronic resource)

Label
Designing and conducting gender, sex, & health research
Title
Designing and conducting gender, sex, & health research
Statement of responsibility
edited by John L. Oliffe & Lorraine J. Greaves
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • "This is the first resource dedicated to critically examining gender and sex study design, methods, and analysis in health research. The authors draw attention to the methodological complexities, and offer ways to thoughtfully address these by drawing on empirical examples across a range of topics and disciplines"--
  • "This book will fill this void by contributing a comprehensive resource to locate empirically-informed approaches to research design, methods, and analysis relevant to gender, sex and health research. It is clear that generic methods are insufficient. Indeed, the lack of integration of sex and gender into research practices has led to poor science in some instances, where the impact of sex, gender and related considerations has been overlooked in design, method, and analysis. The purpose of this book is to provide the first resource dedicated to critically examining gender and sex study design, methods, and analysis in health research. The authors draw attention to the methodological complexities, and offer ways to thoughtfully address these by drawing on empirical examples across a range of topics and disciplines"--
  • "This is the first resource dedicated to critically examining gender and sex study design, methods, and analysis in health research. The authors draw attention to the methodological complexities, and offer ways to thoughtfully address these by drawing on empirical examples across a range of topics and disciplines"--Provided by publisher
  • "This book will fill this void by contributing a comprehensive resource to locate empirically-informed approaches to research design, methods, and analysis relevant to gender, sex and health research. It is clear that generic methods are insufficient. Indeed, the lack of integration of sex and gender into research practices has led to poor science in some instances, where the impact of sex, gender and related considerations has been overlooked in design, method, and analysis. The purpose of this book is to provide the first resource dedicated to critically examining gender and sex study design, methods, and analysis in health research. The authors draw attention to the methodological complexities, and offer ways to thoughtfully address these by drawing on empirical examples across a range of topics and disciplines"--Provided by publisher
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  • Provided by publisher
  • Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
610.72
LC call number
R850
LC item number
.D47 2012
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  • Oliffe, John Lindsay
  • Greaves, Lorraine
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  • Medicine
  • MEDICAL / Public Health
Label
Designing and conducting gender, sex, & health research, edited by John L. Oliffe & Lorraine J. Greaves, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I. Context & Concepts Chapter 1. Why Put Gender and Sex Into Health Research? - Lorraine Greaves Part II. Design Chapter 2. Sex and Gender: Beyond the Binaries - Joy L. Johnson & Robin Repta Chapter 3. Implications of Sex and Gender for Health Research: From Concepts - Joy L. Johnson, Robin Repta and Shirin Kalyan Chapter 4. Approaches to the Measurement of Gender - Pamela A. Ratner and Richard G. Sawatzky Chapter 5. Measuring Biological Sex - Gillian Einstein Part III: The Doing of Sex and Gender Methods Chapter 6. Fieldwork: Observations and Interviews - Cathy Chabot and Jeannie Shoveller Chapter 7. Visual Methods in Gender and Health Research - Rebecca Haines and John L. Oliffe Chapter 8. Secondary Analysis: Gender, Age, Place - Alec Ostry and Amanda Slaunwhite Chapter 9. Content and Discourse Analysis - Brendan Gough and Steve Robertson Chapter 10. Approaches to Examining Gender Relations in Health Research - Joan L. Bottorff, John L. Oliffe, Mary T. Kelly and Natalie A. Chambers Chapter 11. Developing a Gender Role Socialization Scale - Brenda Toner, A. Tang, A, Ali, D. Akman, N. Stuckless, M. J. Esplen, C. Rolin-Gilman and L. Ross Part IV. Policy, Process and Products Chapter 12. Gender, Health, Research and Public Policy - Toni Schofield Chapter 13. Boundary Spanning: Knowledge Translation as Feminist Action Research in Virtual Communities of practice - Nancy Poole Chapter 14. Design, Methods and Knowledge Exchange: Connections and Pathways - John L. Oliffe
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I. Context & Concepts Chapter 1. Why Put Gender and Sex Into Health Research? -- Lorraine Greaves Part II. Design Chapter 2. Sex and Gender: Beyond the Binaries -- Joy L. Johnson & Robin Repta Chapter 3. Implications of Sex and Gender for Health Research: From Concepts -- Joy L. Johnson, Robin Repta and Shirin Kalyan Chapter 4. Approaches to the Measurement of Gender -- Pamela A. Ratner and Richard G. Sawatzky Chapter 5. Measuring Biological Sex -- Gillian Einstein Part III: The Doing of Sex and Gender Methods Chapter 6. Fieldwork: Observations and Interviews -- Cathy Chabot and Jeannie Shoveller Chapter 7. Visual Methods in Gender and Health Research -- Rebecca Haines and John L. Oliffe Chapter 8. Secondary Analysis: Gender, Age, Place -- Alec Ostry and Amanda Slaunwhite Chapter 9. Content and Discourse Analysis -- Brendan Gough and Steve Robertson Chapter 10. Approaches to Examining Gender Relations in Health Research -- Joan L. Bottorff, John L. Oliffe, Mary T. Kelly and Natalie A. Chambers Chapter 11. Developing a Gender Role Socialization Scale -- Brenda Toner, A. Tang, A, Ali, D. Akman, N. Stuckless, M. J. Esplen, C. Rolin-Gilman and L. Ross Part IV. Policy, Process and Products Chapter 12. Gender, Health, Research and Public Policy -- Toni Schofield Chapter 13. Boundary Spanning: Knowledge Translation as Feminist Action Research in Virtual Communities of practice -- Nancy Poole Chapter 14. Design, Methods and Knowledge Exchange: Connections and Pathways -- John L. Oliffe
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000704767
Dimensions
26 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xix, 257 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781412982436
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010054555
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000704767
Label
Designing and conducting gender, sex, & health research, edited by John L. Oliffe & Lorraine J. Greaves, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I. Context & Concepts Chapter 1. Why Put Gender and Sex Into Health Research? - Lorraine Greaves Part II. Design Chapter 2. Sex and Gender: Beyond the Binaries - Joy L. Johnson & Robin Repta Chapter 3. Implications of Sex and Gender for Health Research: From Concepts - Joy L. Johnson, Robin Repta and Shirin Kalyan Chapter 4. Approaches to the Measurement of Gender - Pamela A. Ratner and Richard G. Sawatzky Chapter 5. Measuring Biological Sex - Gillian Einstein Part III: The Doing of Sex and Gender Methods Chapter 6. Fieldwork: Observations and Interviews - Cathy Chabot and Jeannie Shoveller Chapter 7. Visual Methods in Gender and Health Research - Rebecca Haines and John L. Oliffe Chapter 8. Secondary Analysis: Gender, Age, Place - Alec Ostry and Amanda Slaunwhite Chapter 9. Content and Discourse Analysis - Brendan Gough and Steve Robertson Chapter 10. Approaches to Examining Gender Relations in Health Research - Joan L. Bottorff, John L. Oliffe, Mary T. Kelly and Natalie A. Chambers Chapter 11. Developing a Gender Role Socialization Scale - Brenda Toner, A. Tang, A, Ali, D. Akman, N. Stuckless, M. J. Esplen, C. Rolin-Gilman and L. Ross Part IV. Policy, Process and Products Chapter 12. Gender, Health, Research and Public Policy - Toni Schofield Chapter 13. Boundary Spanning: Knowledge Translation as Feminist Action Research in Virtual Communities of practice - Nancy Poole Chapter 14. Design, Methods and Knowledge Exchange: Connections and Pathways - John L. Oliffe
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I. Context & Concepts Chapter 1. Why Put Gender and Sex Into Health Research? -- Lorraine Greaves Part II. Design Chapter 2. Sex and Gender: Beyond the Binaries -- Joy L. Johnson & Robin Repta Chapter 3. Implications of Sex and Gender for Health Research: From Concepts -- Joy L. Johnson, Robin Repta and Shirin Kalyan Chapter 4. Approaches to the Measurement of Gender -- Pamela A. Ratner and Richard G. Sawatzky Chapter 5. Measuring Biological Sex -- Gillian Einstein Part III: The Doing of Sex and Gender Methods Chapter 6. Fieldwork: Observations and Interviews -- Cathy Chabot and Jeannie Shoveller Chapter 7. Visual Methods in Gender and Health Research -- Rebecca Haines and John L. Oliffe Chapter 8. Secondary Analysis: Gender, Age, Place -- Alec Ostry and Amanda Slaunwhite Chapter 9. Content and Discourse Analysis -- Brendan Gough and Steve Robertson Chapter 10. Approaches to Examining Gender Relations in Health Research -- Joan L. Bottorff, John L. Oliffe, Mary T. Kelly and Natalie A. Chambers Chapter 11. Developing a Gender Role Socialization Scale -- Brenda Toner, A. Tang, A, Ali, D. Akman, N. Stuckless, M. J. Esplen, C. Rolin-Gilman and L. Ross Part IV. Policy, Process and Products Chapter 12. Gender, Health, Research and Public Policy -- Toni Schofield Chapter 13. Boundary Spanning: Knowledge Translation as Feminist Action Research in Virtual Communities of practice -- Nancy Poole Chapter 14. Design, Methods and Knowledge Exchange: Connections and Pathways -- John L. Oliffe
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000704767
Dimensions
26 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xix, 257 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781412982436
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010054555
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000704767

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