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Advances in Nursing Science:
Healing and Caring

Womanist Ways of Knowing: Theoretical Considerations for Research with African American Women

Banks-Wallace, JoAnne RN, PhD

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Research designs that are congruent with theoretical frameworks of African American women are important. However, many researchers remain unfamiliar with womanist thought or are unsure of how it can be used to inform specific aspects of research design. The article explicates a womanist epistemologic framework that can undergird the development of intervention designs aimed at assisting African American women incorporate health-promoting behaviors into their lives.

© 2000 Aspen Publishers, Inc.


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