Mary Field Belenky is a consultant who works with community and educational organizations and an associate research professor at the University of Vermont. She lives in Marshfield, Vermont, and New York City.Lynne A. Bond is professor of psychology at the University of Vermont and a consultant in community development in the United States and abroad. She lives in Charlotte, Vermont.Jacqueline S. Weinstock is assistant professor in the Human Development and Family Studies Program within the College of Education and Social Services at the University of Vermont. She lives in Burlington, Vermont.
From a coauthor of "Women's Ways of Knowing" comes a fascinating book that shows how nurturing community groups and caring community intervention can help impoverished, uneducated women to "find their voice" and become articulate and empowered thinkers.
From a coauthor of Women's Ways of Knowing comes a fascinating book that shows how nurturing community groups and caring community intervention can help impoverished, uneducated women to "find their voice" and become articulate and empowered thinkers.
Otherness * Introduction: Otherness and Silence * Dualisms That Divide and Deny * Confronting Otherness: Previous Research The Development Of Voice In Private Life * An Experiment * The Listening Partners Project * What Was Learned * Relationships and Development * Mothers and Children The Development Of Voice In Public Life * Organizations That Sponsor Development * Public Homeplaces * The Mothers Center Movements * The National Congress of Neighborhood Women * The Center for Cultural and Community Development * Leaders Who Must Nurture Development * The Philosophy and Practice of Developmental Leadership * Passing the Tradition On