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Dawn Dow Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 6 references in this bibliography folder.

Fisher, D, Jasny, L, and Dow, D (2018).
Why Are We Here? Patterns of Intersectional Motivations Across the Resistance

Fisher, D, Dow, D, and Ray, R (2017).
Intersectionality takes it to the streets: Mobilizing across diverse interests for the Women’s March
Science Advances, 3(9):1-8.

Dow, D (2016).
Integrated Motherhood: Beyond Traditional Ideologies of Motherhood
Journal of Marriage and Family, 78(1):180-196.

Dow, D (2016).
Caring for them Like Family: Examining How Structure and Culture Simultaneously Influence Kin and Community Childcare Choices of Contemporary African American Middle- and UpperMiddle-Class Mothers
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 2:72-86.

Dow, D (2016).
The Deadly Challenges of Raising African American Boys: Navigating the Controlling Image of the ‘Thug.
Gender & Society, 30(2):161-188.

Dow, D (2015).
Negotiating ‘The Welfare Queen’ and ‘The Strong Black Woman’: African American Middle-Class Mothers’ Work and Family Perspectives
Sociological Perspectives, 58:36-55.

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