Dr. Jeneile Luebke, PhD, RN, nurse researcher, and member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, discusses intimate partner violence, violence against women, feminist and indigenous methodologies, including her research of intimate partner violence; comparing, integrating and utilizing feminist and Indigenous methodologies; the importance of culturally specific and survivor-led interventions, and recommendations for students.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Violence Against Women: Feminist and Indigenous Methodologies
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2022
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- Discipline: Nursing
- Subject: Nursing Research, Scholarship & Evidence-Based Practice (general), Research Methods, Vulnerable Populations
- Duration: 00:33:11
Keywords: activism and social justice, advocacy, colonialism, cultural awareness, cultural competence, feminist methodologies, feminist methodology, gender-based violence, indigenous communities, indigenous health services, indigenous knowledge, indigenous research, intergenerational trauma, intimate partner violence, nursing, oppression, racial profiling, racism and discrimination, Sexual assault nurse examiners, Sovereignty, Storytelling, violence against women, women and leadership
Contains: Assessment QuestionsPeople
Academic: Jeneile LuebkeOnline ISBN: 9781529797404Copyright: ©SAGE Publications Ltd., 2022