Women's Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and Mind
Basic Books, 1986 - Feminism - 256 pages
The authors of this provocative book pursue the disturbing question "Why are so many women reluctant to speak up for what they think?" in candid interviews with 135 women, rich and poor, young and old, well-educated and unschooled.
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Review: Women's Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and MindUser Review - David Briant - Goodreads
Serious psychology. Biblical in stature. Essential for any man who wants to understand and connect with women. Read full review
Review: Women's Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and MindUser Review - Amelia Strydom - Goodreads
Been wanting to read this oldie but goodie for years. Finally bought it on Kindle and spent all weekend devouring it. What a wonderful, insightful book. Makes me understand myself and my own history ... Read full review