This course develops a public health framework for the prevention of violence against women that is rooted in social justice, community assets, and community needs. It explores the compatibility of common public health and feminist perspectives for the prevention of violence against women.
This lesson explores this history of public health’s involvement in the prevention of violence against women, introduces a public health framework for the prevention of violence against women in which social justice is core, and examines the compatibility of two perspectives that address sexual and domestic violence prevention: radical feminism and public health.
- Can Radical Feminism Coexist with the Public Health Paradigm?
- Public health approach is a comprehensive way to improve prevention outcomes (p. 24)
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- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 2
- Duration 1.5 hours
- Students 18
- Assessments Yes
Feminism and Public Health