Foreword Joan M. Anderson. Introduction Paula N. Kagan, Marlaine C. Smith, and Peggy L. Chinn Section I: Philosophical and Theoretical Considerations: Innovative Frameworks for Health 1. Problematizing Social Justice Discourses in Nursing Annette J. Browne and Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham 2. Towards an "Ethics of Discomfort" in Nursing: Parrhesia as Fearless Speech Amelie Perron, Trudy Rudge and Marilou Gagnon 3. Compassion, Biopower, and Nursing Jane M. Georges 4. Social/Moral Justice From a Caring Science Cosmology Jean Watson 5. No Hiding Place: The Search for Impermeable Boundaries Beverly Malone 6. Nursing as Social Justice: A Case for Emancipatory Disciplinary Theorizing Sally Thorne Section II: Research Methodologies and Practices: Critical New Knowledge Development 7. Community-Based Collaborative Action Research: Giving Birth to Emancipatory Knowing Margaret Dexheimer Pharris and Carol Pillsbury Pavlish 8. Social Justice Nursing and Children's Rights: A Realist and Postmodern Intersectional Feminist Analysis of Nurses' Reflections on Child Risk and Protection Within Domestic Violence Nel Glass and Kierrynn Davis 9. The Identity, Research and Health Dialogic Interview: Its Significance for Social Justice-Oriented Research Doris M. Boutain 10. Critical Research Methodologies and Social Justice Issues: A Methodological Example Using Photovoice Robin A. Evans-Agnew, Marie-Anne Sanon and Doris M. Boutain Section III: Pedagogy of Praxis: Teaching for Social Justice 11. Social Justice: From Educational Mandate to Transformative Core Value Mary K. Canales and Denise J. Drevdahl 12. Anti-Colonial Pedagogy and Praxis: Unraveling Dilemmas and Dichotomies C. Susana Caxaj and Helene Berman 13. "And That's Going to Help Black Women How?": Storytelling and Striving to Stay True to the Task of Liberation in the Academy JoAnne Banks 14. Social Justice in Nursing Pedagogy: A Postcolonial Approach to American Indian Health Selina A. Mohammed 15. Human Violence Interventions: Critical Discourse Analysis Praxis Debby A. Phillips 16. Teaching, Research and Service Synthesized as Postcolonial Feminist Praxis Lucy Mkandawire-Valhmu, Patricia E. Stevens and Peninnah M. Kako Section IV: Critical Practice Approaches and Methodologies 17. Cultivating Relational Consciousness in Social Justice Practice Gweneth Hartrick Doane 18. Facilitating Humanization: Liberating the Profession of Nursing from Institutional Confinement on Behalf of Social Justice Danny Willis, Donna J. Perry, Terri LaCoursiere-Zucchero and Pamela Grace 19. Promoting Social Justice and Equity by Practicing Nursing to Address Structural Inequities and Structural Violence Colleen Varcoe, Annette J. Browne and Laurie M. Cender 20. Military Sexual Trauma and Nursing Practice in the Veterans Administration Ursula A. Kelly 21. Through a Sociopolitical Lens: The Relationship of Practice, Education, Research and Policy to Social Justice Jill White 22. A Passion in Nursing for Justice: Toward Global Health Equity Afaf I. Meleis and Caroline G. Glickman. Afterword Paula N. Kagan
Paula N. Kagan is an Associate Professor at DePaul University. Peggy L. Chinn is Professor Emerita of Nursing at the University of Connecticut. Marlaine C. Smith is Dean and Helen K. Persson Eminent Scholar at the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University.