Faculty Advisor

Elizabeth Rayhel

Student Status

Undergraduate

Major

General Studies, Health

Publication Date

2020

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Department

Biological and Behavioral Sciences

Description

While it is an acknowledged phenomenon that women experience fewer rights than men, what is recognized less often is how these inequalities in human rights can lead to consequences in women’s physical health. These consequences can worsen as factors such as SES and geographical location are considered.

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