IN A DIFFERENT VOICE

IN A DIFFERENT VOICE Author Carol GILLIGAN
ISBN-10 9780674037618
Release 2009-06-30
Pages 216
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This is the little book that started a revolution, making women's voices heard, in their own right and with their own integrity, for virtually the first time in social scientific theorizing about women. Its impact was immediate and continues to this day, in the academic world and beyond. Translated into sixteen languages, with more than 700,000 copies sold around the world, In a Different Voice has inspired new research, new educational initiatives, and political debate—and helped many women and men to see themselves and each other in a different light.



IN A DIFFERENT VOICE

IN A DIFFERENT VOICE Author Carol Gilligan
ISBN-10 OCLC:223485478
Release 1982
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Being There

Being There Author O'Malley, William J.
ISBN-10 9781608336487
Release 2016-04-13
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In a Different Voice Conversations with Women Artists and Filmmakers

In a Different Voice   Conversations with Women Artists and Filmmakers Author Judith Doyle
ISBN-10 OCLC:16045687
Release 1986
Pages 44
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In a Different Voice

In a Different Voice Author Nancy Otis Chamness
ISBN-10 IND:30000001732092
Release 1993
Pages 536
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Black Theology in a New Key Feminist Theology in a Different Voice

Black Theology in a New Key Feminist Theology in a Different Voice Author Delores S. Williams
ISBN-10 1570750955
Release 1996-01
Pages 250
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In this long-awaited collection of writings by the author of SISTERS IN THE WILDERNESS, Delores Williams continues to develop the content and methods of a contemporary black women's theology. Williams issues a stirring introduction to womanist theology, a term coined by black novelist Alice Walker.



Analyzing the Different Voice

Analyzing the Different Voice Author Jerilyn Fisher
ISBN-10 0847686418
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 263
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The essays collected in Analyzing the Different Voice: Feminist Psychological Theory and Literary Texts apply influential, pathbreaking psychological studies about women's lives to literature. In their analyses of fictional portraits, contributors both challenge and confirm psychological theories about female identity, about 'connection/separation' as developmental catalysts, and about the impact of gender on 'voice, ' moral decision-making, and epistemology in relation to classical and contemporary literary texts, written by both women and men.



An Ethic of Care

An Ethic of Care Author Mary Jeanne Larrabee
ISBN-10 9781134712533
Release 2016-02-04
Pages 288
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Published in 1982, Carol Gilligan's In a Different Voice proposed a new model of moral reasoning based on care, arguing that it better described the moral life of women. An Ethic of Care is the first volume to bring together key contributions to the extensive debate engaging Gilligan's work. It provides the highlights of the often impassioned discussion of the ethic of care, drawing on the literature of the wide range of disciplines that have entered into the debate. Contributors: Annette Baier, Diana Baumrind, Lawrence A. Blum, Mary Brabeck, John Broughton, Owen Flanagan, Marilyn Friedman, Carol Gilligan, Catherine G. Greeno, Catherine Jackson, Linda K. Kerber, Mary Jeanne Larrabee, Zella Luria, Eleanor E. Maccoby, Linda Nicholson, Bill Puka, Carol B. Stack, Joan C. Tronto, Lawrence Walker, Gertrud Nunner-Winkler.



Moral Development Caring voices and women s moral frames

Moral Development  Caring voices and women s moral frames Author Bill Puka
ISBN-10 0815315538
Release 1994
Pages 529
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First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



A Different Voice a Different Song

A Different Voice  a Different Song Author Caroline Bithell
ISBN-10 9780199354559
Release 2014
Pages 351
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A Different Voice, A Different Song traces the history of a grassroots scene that has until now operated largely beneath the radar, but that has been gently gathering force since the 1970s. At the core of this scene today are the natural voice movement, founded on the premise that "everyone can sing", and a growing transnational community of amateur singers participating in multicultural music activity. Author Caroline Bithell reveals the intriguing web of circumstances and motivations that link these two trends, highlighting their potential with respect to current social, political and educational agendas. She investigates how and why songs from the world's oral traditions have provided the linchpin for the natural voice movement, revealing how the musical traditions of other cultures not only provide a colourful repertory but also inform the ideological, methodological and ethical principles on which the movement itself is founded. A Different Voice, A Different Song draws on long-term ethnographic research, including participant-observation at choir rehearsals, performances, workshops and camps, as well as interviews with voice teachers, choir and workshop leaders, camp and festival organisers, and general participants. Bithell shows how amateur singers who are not musically literate can become competent participants in a vibrant musical community and, in the process, find their voice metaphorically as well as literally. She then follows some of these singers as they journey to distant locations to learn new songs in their natural habitat. She theorises these trends in terms of the politics of participation, the transformative potential of performance, building social capital, the global village, and reclaiming the arts of celebration and conviviality. The stories that emerge reveal a nuanced web of intersections between the local and global, one which demands a revision of the dominant discourses of authenticity, cultural appropriation and agency in the post-colonial world, and ultimately points towards a more progressive politics of difference. A Different Voice, a Different Song will be an essential text for practitioners involved in the natural voice movement and other vocal methodologies and choral worlds. As a significant study in the fields of ethnomusicology, music education and community music, the book will also be of interest to scholars studying the democratisation of the voice, the dynamics of participation, world musics in performance, the transformative power of harmony singing, and the potential of music-making for sustaining community and aiding intercultural understanding.



Mapping the Moral Domain

Mapping the Moral Domain Author Carol Gilligan
ISBN-10 0674548329
Release 1988
Pages 324
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Looks at the different ways in which women and men view moral problems, and discusses how children develop their moral orientation



A different voice

A different voice Author Vicente Garcia Groyon
ISBN-10 9715064485
Release 2007
Pages 240
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A different voice has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A different voice also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A different voice book for free.



Readings in the Philosophy of Technology

Readings in the Philosophy of Technology Author David M. Kaplan
ISBN-10 0742564010
Release 2009
Pages 583
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This second edition of Readings in the Philosophy of Technology examines the nature of technology as well as the effects of technologies upon human knowledge, activities, societies, and environments. The aim of philosophy of technology is to understand, evaluate, and criticize the ways in which technologies reflect as well as change human life and the natural world. Compiled specifically with students and newcomers in mind, this book explores the various ways in which societies, technologies, and environments shape one another. Readers will learn to appreciate the ways that philosophy informs our understanding of technology, and to see how technology relates to ethics, politics, nature, human nature, computers, science, food, and animals.



Between Voice and Silence

Between Voice and Silence Author Jill McLean Taylor
ISBN-10 0674068807
Release 1997
Pages 253
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The result is a deeper and richer appreciation of girls' development and women's psychological health.



Progressive Christians Speak

Progressive Christians Speak Author John B. Cobb
ISBN-10 0664225896
Release 2003
Pages 341
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In this earnest discussion, revolutionary theologian John Cobb Jr. implores Christian churches to take a more active role in the solution of contemporary issues such as food security and the ever-expanding world population, the welfare system, civil and human rights, the war on drugs, abortion, immigration, and the destruction of ecosystems.



The Birth Of Pleasure

The Birth Of Pleasure Author Carol Gilligan
ISBN-10 9781446468104
Release 2011-05-31
Pages 272
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Love, like falling rain, can revive an arid life. But how can we find the love that brings true pleasure? How can we avoid the tragic love, with its lessons of sacrifice and loss, so deeply embedded in our culture? 'Pleasure is a sensation. It is written into our bodies; it is an experience of delight, of joy'In this inspiring book, Carol Gilligan sets out to create a radical new map of love. Although old patriarchal structures have been challenged the underlying patterns remain: the channeling of boys into 'masculinity'; the anxiety of girls in adolescence, the silences between men and women, the split between our social and our inner voice. In her work with children, adolescents and couples in crisis, Gilligan came to see how this 'double consciousness' - already present in the violence and betrayal of ancient myths, like that of Oedipus - had developed over thousands of years. Hunting for a counter myth, she discovered the story of Psyche and Cupid, a haunting tale of love and the searching soul, a model of resistance which she uses to frame her quest, showing how joy can be discovered in the heart of pain. The Birth of Pleasure rings with the voices of girls and boys, mothers and fathers, lovers and couples and echoes with telling readings of familiar writers, from Greek tragedy to Anne Frank, from Shakespeare to Proust, from Freud to Toni Morrison. All of us will find something that we recognise - and with luck, this brilliant, compassionate, flame-like book could really change our lives.



Moral Voices Moral Selves

Moral Voices  Moral Selves Author Susan J. Hekman
ISBN-10 0271014849
Release 1995
Pages 188
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In her landmark 1982 study In a Different Voice, Carol Gilligan argues that there is not only one, true moral voice, but two: one masculine, one feminine. Moral values and concerns associated with a feminine outlook are relational rather than autonomous; they depend upon interaction with others. Susan J. Hekman argues that the approach to morality suggested by Gilligan's work marks a radically new departure in moral thinking. In a far-reaching examination and critique of Gilligan's theory, Hekman seeks to deconstruct the major traditions of moral theory that have been dominant since the Enlightenment. She challenges the centerpiece of that tradition: the disembodied, autonomous subject of modernist philosophy. Hekman argues that the logic of Gilligan's approach entails multiple moral voices, not just one or even two, and that factors other than gender--class, race, and culture--are constitutive of moral voice. Using the work of Wittgenstein and Foucault, she outlines the parameters of a discursive morality and its implications for feminism and moral theory.