By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Diana Taylor PhD RN NP FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods PhD RN FAAN
This e-book demonstrates that nurses have made a major contribution to the development and growth of women's wellbeing and fitness wisdom. determining the overall healthiness problems with such a lot value to girls, the editors have assembled prime nurse researchers to study, summarize, and critique nursing examine inside of every one sector. A basic review of the sector can also be supplied. members comprise Angela McBride, Linda Andrist, Janice Humphreys, and Jacquelyn Campbell. additionally contributing are Kathleen MacPherson and Nancy King Reame, nurse individuals of the unique Boston Women's overall healthiness Collective, which authors bodies, OURSELVES.
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Reflexivity merges the public and the private, giving voice to how the experience affected the researcher. Zola stated "we must look at that experience-—the anxieties, fears, delights, repulsions—as part of the very situation we are trying to understand" (1991, p. 9). Rather than contaminating a project's objectivity, in feminist research reflexivity is critical in restoring the project's pseudoobjectivity (Reinharz, 1992). Feminist research takes reflexivity one step further to gain insight into the assumptions about gendered relations underlying the study.
Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 19, 2001: Women's Health Research by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Diana Taylor PhD RN NP FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods PhD RN FAAN