Carol Gilligan and the Search for Voice

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Pub Date Sep 10 2024 | Archive Date Sep 10 2024

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A biography of the life and work of groundbreaking developmental psychologist Carol Gilligan, intended for high school age readers, part of the APA's Extraordinary Women in Psychology Series.

Carol Gilligan has devoted her life to discovering, uncovering, and recovering voices belonging to girls and women, as well as boys and men. Through her work, she has played an enormous role in reconceptualizing traditionally held views on moral and identity development in young people, most prominently in her landmark 1982 book detailing her ethic of care model, In a Different Voice (coined by Harvard University Press as “The little book that started a revolution”). 

Drawing on source material that includes interviews with Gilligan as well as her own writings in books and articles, this book offers young readers not only the opportunity to learn about a pioneering psychologist and her momentous work, but also for them to consider the potential power of their own voices as they go forward in life. 
A biography of the life and work of groundbreaking developmental psychologist Carol Gilligan, intended for high school age readers, part of the APA's Extraordinary Women in Psychology Series.

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ISBN 9781433843532
PRICE $16.99 (USD)
PAGES 144

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