Women physicians and professional ethos in nineteenth-century America / Carolyn Skinner.
Women physicians in nineteenth-century America faced a unique challenge in gaining acceptance to the medical field as it began its transformation into a professional institution. The profession had begun to increasingly insist on masculine traits as signs of competency. Not only were these traits in...
Southern Illinois University Press,
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