Decrow, Karen

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DECROW, Karen

DECROW, Karen. American, b. 1937. Genres: Education, Law, Women's studies and issues, Civil liberties/Human rights, Social commentary. Career: Lawyer. Golf Digest mag., Norwalk, CT, Fashion and Resorts Editor, 1959-60; American Society of Planning Officials, Chicago, Zoning Digest, Editor, 1960-61; Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, Chicago, Writer and Editor, 1961-64; Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc., NYC, Social Studies and Adult Education, Editor, 1965; L.W. Singer Co. Inc., NYC, Textbook Editor, 1965-66; Eastern Regional Institution for Education, Syracuse, NY, Writer, 1967-69; Syracuse New Times, NY, Columnist, 1985-; World Woman Watch, Co-founder, 19881974-77. Publications: (with R. DeCrow) University Adult Education: A Selected Bibliography, 1967; (ed.) The Pregnant Teenager, by H. Osofsky, 1968; The Young Woman's Guide to Liberation, 1971; (ed.) Corporate Wives, Corporate Casualties, by R. Seidenberg, 1973; Sexist Justice, 1974; (with R. Seidenberg) Women Who Marry Houses: Panic and Protest in Agoraphobia, 1983; (with J. Kammer) Good Will toward Men, 1994. Address: 7599 Brown Gulf Rd, Jamesville, NY 13078, U.S.A.

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