Making Connections: The Relational Worlds of Adolescent Girls at Emma Willard School by Carol GilliganMaking Connections: The Relational Worlds of Adolescent Girls at Emma Willard School by Carol Gilligan

Making Connections: The Relational Worlds of Adolescent Girls at Emma Willard School

EditorCarol Gilligan, Nona Lyons, Trudy Hanmer

Paperback | September 1, 1990

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Title:Making Connections: The Relational Worlds of Adolescent Girls at Emma Willard SchoolFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.03 inPublished:September 1, 1990Publisher:Harvard

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ISBN - 10:0674540417

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Table of Contents

p>Acknowledgments

Contributors

Note to the Harvard Edition

Prologue

Preface

Teaching Shakespeare's Sister: Notes from the Underground of Female Adolescence
Carol Gilligan

Listening to Voices We Have Not Heard

Emma Willard Girls' Ideas about Self, Relationships, and Morality
Nona P. Lyons

Conceptions of Separation and Connection in Female Adolescents
Lori Stern

When Is a Moral Problem Not a Moral Problem?

Morality, Identity, and Female Adolescence
Lyn Mikel Brown

Save the World, Save Myself

Responses to Problematic Attachment
Judith P. Salzman

Unfairness and Not Listening

Converging Themes in Emma Willard Girls' Development
Elizabeth Bernstein and Carol Gilligan

The Body Politic

Normal Female Adolescent Development and the Development of Eating Disorders
Catherine Steiner-Adair

Competencies and Visions

Emma Willard Girls Talk about Being Leaders
Nona P. Lyons, Jane Forbes Saltonstall, and Trudy J. Hammer

Racial Identity Formation and Transformation
Janie Victoria Ward

The View from Step Number 16

Girls from Emma Willard School Talk about Themselves and Their Futures
Janet Mendelsohn

Daughters' Views of Their Relationships with Their Mothers
Sharon Rich

Girls' Sexual Choices: Looking for What Is Right

The Intersection of Sexual and Moral Development
Kathleen Holland Bollerud, Susan Boynton Christopherson, and Emily Schultz Frank

Reflections

Conversations with Emma Willard Teachers about Their Participation in the Dodge Study

Epilogue

Soundings into Development
Carol Gilligan, Annie Rogers, and Lyn Mikel Brown

Editorial Reviews

[The book] is an illuminating and thought provoking collection of essays which explore themes in female adolescent psychological development...These papers relate particularly to a longitudinal study involving a series of interviews which took place between 1981 and 1984 with students at a day and boarding school for girls--Emma Willard School, New York...The authors try to give girls a 'voice'--to listen to what girls themselves had to say about 'the meaning of self, relationship and morality'. Through text which is rich with examples of the girls' own narratives, the authors examine a range of developmental topics...The arguments developed within the papers are both challenging and stimulating. They provide interesting reading and are likely to encourage readers to rethink and reframe their understanding of adolescent girls in Western culture. Recommended reading for anyone who has anything to do with the education of girls.