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Extreme Critical Thinking Handout

General Material
Published Date
January, 2002
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This one page handout is a series of questions to help guide an analysis of reforms and is taken from page 181 of Susan Schechter's Women and Male Violence (1982). The assumption behind the analysis is a careful weighing and possible opposition to proposed policy reforms that can be turned against women or other groups without power. Advocates will find this tool helpful as a critical thinking and analysis guide for policy advocacy.

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Extreme Critical Thinking Handout 51.45 KB