Learning About Menstruation: Knowledge Acquisition and Cultural Diversity
The innovative aspect of this study is the examination of knowledge transfer about the onset of menstruation among women from diverse cultures who immigrated to the same country, i.e. Israel.
||Qualitative Research, Women's Health, Mother-Daughter Knowledge Transmission, Israel, Immigrants
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.53-62.
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She is a Ph.D. candidate in education at the Ben Gurion University Center for Women's Health Studies and Promotion.
She is University of Michigan trained social epidemiologist with a background in social work. She combines health and social research on diverse aspects of women's health.
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