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Adamson, Nancy; Brisken, Linda; McPhail, Margaret (1988) Feminist Organising for Change: The Contemporary Women's Movement in Canada, Oxford University Press, Toronto.
General Electric GEnx Program GM Tom Brisken said it marked "the culmination of about five years of engine design, development and testing.
It will be argued in this paper that in spite of a concurrent and growing literature developing the theoretical and practice base of feminist social welfare and feminist organising (see, for example, Mayo 1977; Weeks and Lee 1981; Marchant and Wearing 1986; Adamson, Brisken and McPhail, 1988; Dominelli and McLeod 1989) the rural practice literature has yet to reflect the experiences of rural women and the gendered nature of practice.
Brisken for suggesting the use of amphiregulin in the gene expression studies.
In a statement, GEnx GM Tom Brisken said, "Engine assembly was flawless, and engine testing began three days ahead of schedule.