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Knowledge, difference, and power: essays inspired by women's ways of knowing

Author: Goldberger, Nancy Rule ; Belenky, Mary FieldPublisher: Basic Books, 1996.Language: EnglishDescription: 478 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 046503733XType of document: BookNote: Tanoto: for 2012-2013 coursesBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Tanoto: for 2012-2013 courses

Includes bibliographical references and index

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Knowledge, difference and power PREFACE The Beginning of the Story: Collaboration and Separation INTRODUCTION Looking Backward, Looking Forward NANCY RULEGOLDBERGER PART I T H E PASTDECADE: WOMEN'SWAYSOF KNOWING APPLIED 1 Reconfiguring Teaching and Knowing in the College Classroom ANN STANTON 2 Women's Ways of "Knowing" Law: Feminist Legal Epistemology, Pedagogy, and Jurisprudence CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW 3 Embodying Knowledge, Knowing Desire: Authority and Split Subjectivities in Girls' Epistemological Development ELIZABETH DEBOLD, DEBORAH TOLMAN, AND LYNMIKEL BROWN 57 85 vii VIII ... Contents 4 Connected Knowing in Constructive Psychotherapy J MICHAEL. MAHONEY 126 5 Women's Ways of Knowing in Women's Studies, Feminist Pedagogies, and Feminist Theory FRANCES MAHER A. WITH MARY KAY TETREAULT 148 6 Unknown Women and Unknowing Research: Consequences of Color and Class in Feminist Psychology VANESSA BINGAND PAMELA M. TROTMAN REID PART I1 175 NEW DIRECTIONS: CONNECTED COLLABORATIVE AND KNOWING 7 Connected and Separate Knowing: Toward a Marriage of Two Minds BLYTHE MCVICKER CLINCHY 8 Reason's "Femininity": A Case for Connected Knowing SARA RUDDICK 248 9 Voices in Dialogue: Collaborative Ways of Knowing JILL MATTUCK TARULE 10 Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Gold: The Asymmetrical Intersubjectivity of Communicative Action P A T R O C ~ N ~ SCHWEICKART P. O PART 111 274 NEW DIRECTIONS: CULTURE, POWER, N D KNOWING A 11 Cultural Imperatives and Diversity in Ways of Knowing NANCY RULEGOLDBERGER 12 Strategic Suspensions: Feminists of Color Theorize the Production of Knowledge A~DA HURTADO 335 372 Contents 13 Public Homeplaces: Nurturing the Development of People, Families, and Communities MARY FIELDBELENKY 14 Gendered Ways of Knowing and the "EpistemologicalCrisis" of the West SANDRA HARDING Contributors Index

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