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Gender&Family Brownbag: For the Family: How Class and Gender Shape Women's Work
Sarah Damaske, Penn State
Located in Coming Up
Gender&Family Brownbag: Janet Gornick
CUNY and Luxembourg Income Study, Title TBA.
Located in Coming Up
Gender&Family Brownbag: Recession and Divorce in the United States: Economic Conditions and the Odds of Divorce, 2007-2009
Faculty Associate Philip Cohen speaks
Located in Coming Up
Gender, Transport, and Employment in Mumbai
Maureen Cropper and colleagues examine mobility patterns and a gender gap
Located in Research / Selected Research
Global Perspectives on How Families Shape Children's Outcomes
MPRC Workshop
Located in Coming Up
Grandparents caring for grandchildren in China
Faculty Associate Feinian Chen is wrapping up a five-year K01 project studying the role of grandparenting in China
Located in Research / Selected Research
File Troff document (with manpage macros)Growing Parental Economic Power in Parent-Adult Child Households : Coresidence and Financial Dependency in the US, 1960 and 2001
Joan Kahn and Frances Goldscheider, University of Maryland; 2012-001
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Gunnar Andersson, Stockholm University
Union formation in Sweden during the recent period of fertility decline: trends and correlates
Located in Coming Up
Gustavo Bobonis, University of Toronto
A Helping Hand Goes a Long Way: Long-Term Effects of Counseling and Support to Workfare Program Participants
Located in Coming Up
Article Reference Troff document (with manpage macros)Health Care Experiences of Black Transgender Women and Men Who Have Sex With Men
Black sexual and gender minorities (SGM) are at greater risk for HIV compared to their White, cisgender, heterosexual counterparts. Linkage to culturally sensitive health care is, therefore, pivotal for HIV prevention and treatment of Black SGM. Unfortunately, social and structural challenges undermine Black SGM individuals' abilities to obtain adequate health care services, indicating a need to understand Black SGM perceptions of health care. To address this gap, we interviewed Black men who have sex with men and transwomen about their experiences with health care providers. Participants discussed needs and concerns, including provider SGM identity diversity and education; assumptions, judgment, stigma, and discrimination; and ability to establish a personal bond, trust, and familiarity. Black SGM indicated that providers often did not meet their needs in different ways regarding their SGM identities. Findings suggest a need for provider cultural sensitivity education programs that address the needs of Black SGM in health care.
Located in MPRC People / Bradley Boekeloo, Ph.D., Sc.M. / Bradley Boekeloo Publications