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In the course of researching the subject of this paper I requested a computer literature search. Using sociological, economic and psychological data bases and a comprehensive list of descriptors, I was able to retrieve only five references. Of those, only one was of significant value to me in dealing with the specific issues involved in the oppression of rural American women.
The paucity of material available through so-called "legitimate" channels was, for me, a telling point. The worst kind of oppression and inequality occurs to groups that are, in effect, "invisible". If no one has identified rural women as an oppressed class and is asking questions about them, whence will come the solutions to the problems?
Cheitman, Edith A.
"Heritage and Politics of Poverty and Inequality for Rural Women,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 8:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol8/iss1/4
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