Gender and the Professional Predicament in Nursing

Gender and the Professional Predicament in Nursing

by Celia Davies, Davies

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Davies (women's studies, U. of Ulster) contends that in a society divided by gender, defining nursing as women's work is deeply contradictory. She examines how our notion of nursing is connected to the idea of what it is to be a woman, and explores the implications this connection has for the status of nursing as a profession. Of interest to students of women's studies and nursing, and policymakers. Distributed by Taylor & Francis. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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