This collection contains occasional publications from the Center for the Study of Women in Society.

Recent Submissions

  • Gender, Families, and Latino Immigration in Oregon : Conference Proceedings 

    Mendoza, Marcela; Stephen, Lynn (2008-05-22)
    By the year 2006, the population of the state of Oregon was over 10 percent Latino as a result of Latin American immigration, primarily from Mexico. While Latin American immigration to Oregon has been occurring since the ...
  • Welfare Restructuring, Work & Poverty: Policy Implications from Oregon 

    Acker, Joan; Morgen, Sandra; Gonzales, Lisa; Weigt, Jill; Barry, Kate; Heath, Terri (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2002)
    Table of Contents: Acknowledgements. List of Figures. Executive Summary. Introduction: Are the New Welfare Policies Working? Section I — A Study of Former Welfare Recipients in Oregon. What did we study? Whom did we study? ...
  • Understanding Medical Abortion: Policy, Politics, and Women's Health 

    Harvey, S. Marie; Sherman, Christy A.; Bird, Sheryl Thorburn; Warren, Jocelyn (Research Program on Women's Health, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2002-11)
    This monograph synthesizes what is currently known about medical abortion and provides an overview of the legal and political issues that have shaped its practice in the U.S.