6 edition of Don"t call us out of name found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HV1445 .D63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||98016520|
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Lisa Dodson, in Don't Call Us Out of Name: The Untold Lives of Women and Girls in Poor America, shows us an entirely different picture. Over eight years of interviews, surveys, observations, and focus groups with women of many racial and ethnic backgrounds in the Boston area culminates in this frequently heart-wrenching account of what it's Cited by: Set in s Boston, "Dont Call Us Out of Name" is a humanizing portrait of girls and young women at the economic margins.
Dodsons research methods felt fairly novel to meshe would conduct surveys and focus groups with teens and later reflect on the findings from those efforts Dodson’s work seems to be a forgotten piece of the poverty studies /5.
--Zachary R. Dowdy, The Boston Globe "The powerful stories of the poor women in this book brilliantly convey the experiences and challenges of living in and coping with poverty." --William Julius Wilson "Don't Call Us Out of Name is absolutely required reading for anyone concerned about the lives of poor women in post-welfare America/5(67).
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An elegantly written study of poor women in the US. After conducting years of observation of and conversation with women and girls in such settings as health clinics, schools, and sheltering programs, Dodson, a fellow at the Radcliffe Public Policy Institute, presents a thoroughly sympathetic profile of American women and female children who live below the federal poverty : Lisa Dodson.
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Get this from a library. Don't call us out of name: the untold lives of women and girls in poor America. [Lisa Dodson] -- In the robust economy of the s, it is easy to forget the 37 million people, mostly women and children, living below the federal poverty level.
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Intertextuality and Don’t Call Me Ishmael. Moby Dick does not just appear in the epigrams, it is part of the fabric of the book creating intertextual connections between the exuality is a special literary device used in writing.
We can notice intertextuality occurring in a text we are reading or viewing when the writer starts to make references to another text/5(11).