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Title Invisible veterans : what happens when military women become civilians again / Kate Hendricks Thomas and Kyleanne Hunter, editors ; foreword by Carrie Ann Alford
Published Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2019]
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Contents Preface / Kate Hendricks Thomas and Kyleanne Hunter -- Foreword / Carrie Ann Alford -- Issues facing women veterans -- No one understands us: mapping experiences of women in the U.S. military / Andrea N. Goldstein -- Listening for home / Teresa Fazio -- Health issues facing women veterans / Kayla Williams -- A wholistic look at women veterans and employment / Nancy Glowacki -- Leaning in and getting seen / Erika Cashin -- Belonging and support for service women / Kate Hendricks Thomas, Ellen Haring, Justin McDaniel, Kari Fletcher, David Albright, and Elizabeth Brandley -- Finding my voice as a female veteran / Antonieta Rico -- Populations of women veterans -- Across the eras: experiences of older women veterans / Kari L. Fletcher and Cathleen A. Lewandowski -- Taking a knee / RLynn Johnson -- Queering the warrior archetype: LGBTQ service women / Heliana Ramirez & Katharine Bloeser -- Beyond invisible: justice-involved women veterans / Mariana Grohowski and Patricia Y. Jones -- Mst survivors in transition / Scott Jensen -- Surviving / Sarah Plummer Taylor -- Becoming visible as a woman veteran -- [re]negotiating citizenship through military service / Rebecca H. Best -- A tale of two transitions / Lydia Davey -- The power of mentoring for women veterans / David Smith -- The way forward: successful outreach to women veterans / Mary Beth Bruggeman and Gina Rosen
Summary "Spotlights the challenges faced by our increasing cadre of military women when their service ends and they become veterans." --Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Women veterans -- United States -- Biography
Women veterans -- United States -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Women veterans.
United States -- Armed Forces -- Women -- Social conditions
United States.
Genre/Form Biography.
Form Electronic book
Author Alford, Carrie Ann, writer of foreword
Hunter, Kyleanne, editor
Thomas, Kate Hendricks, editor
LC no. 2019021766
ISBN 1440866430
9781440866432 (electronic bk.)
(print : alk. paper)
Other Titles What happens when military women become civilians again