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VanWylen Library Research Guides on Human Trafficking

 

Would you like to:

  • Understand the impact of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, ableness and class in defining self and worldview?
  • Replace subordination/domination and dependence/exploitation with feminist awareness and critique, which makes underlying assumptions conscious?
  • Move from being objects of study to being subjects with a voice of your own?
  • Examine what women have done, are doing and will do?
  • Seek a link between voice, empowerment, self-esteem and critical thinking?
Possible Career Options (pdf)
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  • Become a member of our Women's Issues Organization
  • Check out current, on-campus Women's Programming events (Click Here)
  • Stay informed about local and international issues related to Women's Studies (Click Here)
  • Learn about Women's Studies in West Michigan through the West Michigan Women's Studies Council (WMWSC)
  • The 2008 Graduate Guide to Work in Women's/Gender Studies is now available as a searchable guide on the NWSA website: http://www.nwsa.org/students/gradguide/index.php. Prospective graduate students may search by:
  1. Degree type offered
  2. State
  3. Institution Name

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