Carol Gilligan Quotes

Carol Gilligan Quotes: The hardest times for me were not when people challenged what I said, but when I felt my voice was not heard.
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Carol Gilligan Quote: My research suggests that men and women may speak different languages that they assume are the same, using similar words to encode disparate experiences of self and social relationships. Because these languages share an overlapping moral vocabulary, they contain a propensity for systematic mistranslation ...
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Quotes about Carol Gilligan: For a man to be a man, did he have to be a soldier, or at least prepare himself for war? For a woman to be a woman, did she have to be a mother, or at least prepare herself to raise children? Soldiers and mothers were the sacrificial couple, honored by statues in the park, lauded for their willingness to give their lives to others.
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Quote about Carol Gilligan: Trust grows when babies and mothers establish that they can find each other again after the inevitable moments of losing touch. It is not the goodness of the mother or the relationship per se that is the basis for trust; it is the ability of mother and baby together to repair the breaks in their relationship that builds a safe house for love.
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Carol Gilligan Sayings: Both love and democracy depend on voice -- having a voice and also the resonance that makes it possible to speak and be heard.
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Carol Gilligan Saying: I used to tell women graduate students, half-seriously, that the role of slightly rebellious daughter was one of the better roles for women living in patriarchy.
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Sayings about Carol Gilligan: It all goes back, of course, to Adam and Eve - a story which shows among other things, that if you make a woman out of a man, you are bound to get into trouble.
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