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|Areas of Research||Causation in the Social Sciences, Feminism and Social Science, Philosophy of Political Science, Qualitative Methods in Social Science, Value-Neutrality in the Social Sciences|
|Biographical Info||I received my PhD from the University of Southern California in 1980. Since 1992 I have been teaching in Riverside Community College District and currently at Norco College. I am co-editor with Anita Superson of Out from the Shadows: Feminist Contributions to Traditional Philosophy and with Joanne Waugh of Philosophical Feminism and Popular Culture. I am currently working on issues in feminist epistemology and methodology in the social science (particularly standpoint theory) and issues of methodology in political science (including causal inference, measurement, and the use of case studies).|