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    • The Illogic of Separation: Examining Arguments About Gender-Neutral Public Bathrooms 

      Kopas, Matthew Bryon David (2012-08-10)
      In the United States, gender separation is the norm for public bathrooms. As one of the few remaining public spaces that are regularly explicitly segregated by gender, bathrooms are often experienced as sites of symbolic ...
    • Moving Up or Staying Put? Mobility, Marriage and Gender in Transitional China 

      Lui, Lake Ching Wu
      In China, despite longstanding inequalities based on gender, social class, and rural/urban status, several factors have potentially challenged the existing socially stratified structure in the recent decade – namely the ...
    • Team Processes in Mental Health Care 

      Wagner, Brittin (2013-02-25)
      The "managed care" model of health care refers to organizational techniques intended to reduce health care provision costs while improving quality of care. One technique this model necessitates is "team care" as opposed ...
    • The Adolescent Empathy Paradox and Juvenile Offending 

      O'Neill, Katherine Krushinski
      I propose the persistent gender gap in juvenile offending is linked to adolescent orientation to a gendered generalized other and empathic development. Empathic ability is inversely associated with juvenile offending and ...