Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Christine Flynn Saulnier
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PhD, University of California, Berkeley
MSW, Boston University
BS, Michigan State University
AA, Lansing Community College
Biography / Academic Interests
Christine Flynn Saulnier earned her doctorate in Social Welfare from the University of California, Berkeley in 1994. Her research interests include feminist theory, alcohol and drug problems, and lesbian health issues. She is the author of Feminist Theories and Social Work and is a former Co-Editor of Affilia, a feminist journal in social work and women’s studies.
Scholarship / Publications
Saulnier, C.F. & Swigonski, M. (2007). Feminists in the Academy. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 21(4), 361-364.
Saulnier, C.F. (2007). Feminist theories. In N. Coady & P. Lehmann (Eds.). Theoretical perspectives in direct social work practice: An eclectic-generalist approach, Second Edition, (pp. 343-366). New York, NY: Springer.
Dinerman, M., Ross-Sheriff, F. & Saulnier, C.F. (2006). Hail and farewell. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 21(3), 1-3.
Saulnier, C.F. (2003). Goal setting process: Supporting choice in a feminist group for women with alcohol problems. Social Work With Groups, 26(1), 47-68.
Saulnier, C.F. (2002). Deciding who to see: Lesbians discuss their preferences in physical and mental health care providers. Social Work, 47(4), 355-365.