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" The disparity between women's experience and the representation of human development, noted throughout the psychological literature, has generally been seen to signify a problem in women's development. Instead, the failure of women to fit existing models... "
In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development - Página 1
de Carol GILLIGAN - 1993 - 184 páginas
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Weaving the Sermon: Preaching in a Feminist Perspective

Christine M. Smith - 1989 - 164 páginas
...life perceptions that has not been adequately understood and valued in our male-dominated culture. "The disparity between women's experience and the...condition, an omission of certain truths about life." 20 Her study spanned a ten-year period during which she began to notice two differences in the voices...
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Revisionary Interventions Into the Americanist Canon

Donald E. Pease - 1994 - 342 páginas
...see women as morally underdeveloped, lacking in phallic power, or "deviant," Gilligan suggests that "the failure of women to fit existing models of human...representation, a limitation in the conception of the human condition, an omission of certain truths about life."20 One of the important "truths" omitted...
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Israeli Judaism: The Sociology of Religion in Israel

Å elomo A. DeÅ¡en, Charles Seymour Liebman, Moshe Shokeid - 1995 - 386 páginas
...nondomestic.) Gilligan contends that 'the failure of women [noted throughout the psychological literature] to fit existing models of human growth may point to...condition, an omission of certain truths about life' (Gilligan 1982: 1—2). Gilligan's critique is two-pronged: she questions the legitimacy of a developmental...
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Women, Men & Gender: Ongoing Debates

Mary Roth Walsh - 1997 - 445 páginas
...such a way that women consistently appeared as defective or deficient moral selves. As Gilligan notes, "The disparity between women's experience and the...condition, an omission of certain truths about life" (Gilligan, 1982, pp. 1-2). An important truth being omitted was the power of the ethic of caretaking...
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Women's Growth in Diversity: More Writings from the Stone Center

Judith V. Jordan - 1997 - 342 páginas
...such a way that women consistently appeared as defective or deficient moral selves. As Gilligan notes: "The disparity between women's experience and the...condition, an omission of certain truths about life" (Gilligan, 1982, pp. 1-2). An important truth being omitted was the power of the ethic of caretaking...
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Female Offenders: Critical Perspectives and Effective Interventions

Ruth T. Zaplin - 1998 - 398 páginas
...book, In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women 's Development, Carol Gilligan observed, "The disparity between women's experience and the...representation, a limitation in the conception of the human condition, an omission of certain truths about life" (Gilligan 1982, pp. 1-2). Miller's work...
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Gendered Agents: Women & Institutional Knowledge

Silvestra Mariniello - 1998 - 428 páginas
...see women as morally underdeveloped, lacking in phallic power, or "deviant," Gilligan suggests that "the failure of women to fit existing models of human...representation, a limitation in the conception of the human condition, an omission of certain truths about life."20 One of the important "truths" omitted...
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Moral Understandings: A Feminist Study in Ethics

Margaret Urban Walker - 1998 - 251 páginas
...denied that her purpose was to generalize about either sex. Gilligan said her point was to identify "a problem in the representation, a limitation in...condition, an omission of certain truths about life" (Gilligan 1982, 2) that results from systematic research bias that presents some people's moral thinking...
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Line Drawings: Defining Women Through Feminist Practice

Cressida J. Heyes - 2000 - 223 páginas
...with less ambivalence by men. Instead of labeling women as "less developed," Gilligan suggests that "the failure of women to fit existing models of human...condition, an omission of certain truths about life." 17 The ethic of care cannot simply be characterized as an imperative for self-sacrifice or denial....
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The Psychological Development of Girls and Women: Rethinking Change in Time

Sheila Greene - 2003 - 167 páginas
...reference to male goals, wrong direction. As she stated in the introduction to In a Different Voice, 'The disparity between women's experience and the...throughout the psychological literature, has generally been taken to signify a problem in women's development' (1982, p. 2). She suggests that 'when one begins...
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