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Knowledge Difference and Power

Nancy GoldbergerJill TaruleBlythe Clinchy

Knowledge Difference and Power

Nancy GoldbergerJill TaruleBlythe Clinchy

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hen WOMEN'S WAYS OF KNOWING appeared in 1986, it was embraced by a cult following as an intellectual and political OUR BODIES, OURSELVES. The theory the book outlined has had significant impact on debates about learning and gender. Now the original authors and invited contributors explore how the theory has been received--and expand the argument to address the complicated factors of race, class, and culture.

- Publisher An impressive and innovative follow up to "Women's Ways of Knowing," this book shows how the authors' "ways of knowing" theory revolutionized the fields of law, education, psychology, and women's studies, to name but a few. In essence, this dynamic collection poses the ultimate question: Can we come to understand and respect diverse ways of knowing? Features: 15 essays, all written exclusively for this volume the essays are by the original authors of "Women's Ways of Knowing" and prominent contributors, including Sandra Harding, Aida Hurtado, Sara Ruddick, Michael Mahoney, and Patricinio Schweickart in separate chapters, the authors explore how their thinking has developed and changed since "Women's Ways of Knowing" argument is expanded beyond gender and knowledge to address the factors of color, class, and culture.

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About "Knowledge Difference and Power"

hen WOMEN'S WAYS OF KNOWING appeared in 1986, it was embraced by a cult following as an intellectual and political OUR BODIES, OURSELVES. The theory the book outlined has had significant impact on debates about learning and gender. Now the original authors and invited contributors explore how the theory has been received--and expand the argument to address the complicated factors of race, class, and culture.
- Publisher

An impressive and innovative follow up to "Women's Ways of Knowing," this book shows how the authors' "ways of knowing" theory revolutionized the fields of law, education, psychology, and women's studies, to name but a few. In essence, this dynamic collection poses the ultimate question: Can we come to understand and respect diverse ways of knowing? Features: 15 essays, all written exclusively for this volume the essays are by the original authors of "Women's Ways of Knowing" and prominent contributors, including Sandra Harding, Aida Hurtado, Sara Ruddick, Michael Mahoney, and Patricinio Schweickart in separate chapters, the authors explore how their thinking has developed and changed since "Women's Ways of Knowing" argument is expanded beyond gender and knowledge to address the factors of color, class, and culture.
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Meet the Authors

Nancy Goldberger

Nancy Rule Goldberger is a member of the Faculty in Psychology of The Fielding Institute, and a Visiting Scholar at New York University, as well as a coeditor of Women's Ways of Knowing. Jody Veroff is a member of the Faculty of the Human and Organizational Development Program of The Fielding Institute and the author, with Joseph Veroff, of Social Incentives.

Blythe Clinchy

Blythe McVicker Clinchy is Professor of Psychology at Wellesley College, and co-author of Women's Ways of Knowing.

Table Of Contents

  • Part 1 The Past Decade - Womenas Ways Of Knowing Applied: Reconfiguring
  • Teaching And Knowing In The College Classroom, Ann Stanton
  • Womenas Ways Of Oknowingo Law - Feminist Legal Epistemology, Pedagogy And
  • Jurisprudence, Carrie Menkel-meadow
  • Embodying Knowledge, Knowing Desire - Authority And Split Subjectivities
  • In Girlsa Epistemological Development, Elizabeth Debold, Deborah Tolman
  • And Lyn Mikel Brown
  • Connected Knowing In Constructive Psychotherapy, Michael J. Mahoney
  • Womenas Ways Of Knowing In Womenas Studies, Feminist Pedagogies And
  • Feminist Theories, Frances A. Maher And Mary Kay Tetreault
  • Unknown Women And Unknowing Research - Consequences Of Colour And Class In
  • Feminist Psychology, Vanessa M. Bing And Pamela Trotman Reid. Part 2 New
  • Directions - Connected And Collaborative Knowledge: Connected And Separate
  • Knowing - Toward A Marriage Of Two Minds, Blythe Mcvicker Clinchy
  • Reasonas Ofemininityo - A Case For Connected Knowing, Sara Ruddick
  • Voices In Dialogue -collaborative Ways Of Knowing, Jill Mattuck Tarule
  • Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden - The Asymmetrical Intersubjectivity
  • Of Communicative Action, Patrocinio P. Schweickart. Part 3 New Directions
  • - Culture, Power And Knowing: Cultural Imperative And Diversity In Ways Of
  • Knowing, Nancy Rule Goldberger
  • Strategic Suspensions - Feminists Of Colour Theorise The Production Of
  • Knowledge, Aid Hurtado
  • Public Homeplaces - Nurturing The Development Of People, Families And
  • Communities, Mary Field Belenky
  • Gendered Ways Of Knowing And The Oepistemological Crisiso Of The West,
  • Sandra Harding.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 121744
  • Product Code 046503733X
  • EAN 9780465037339
  • Pages 496
  • Department General Books
  • Category Women
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Basic Books
  • Publication Date Apr 1998
  • Dimensions 229 x 154 x 30 mm
  • Weight 0.670kg

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