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Mapping the Moral Domain

A Contribution of Women’s Thinking to Psychological Theory and Education

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$20.00 • £16.95 • €18.00

ISBN 9780674548312

Publication Date: 02/01/1990


6-3/8 x 9-1/4 inches


  • Preface
  • Prologue: Adolescent Development Reconsidered
  • I. Remapping Development: Creating a New Framework for Psychological Theory and Research
    • 1. Remapping the Moral Domain: New Images of Self in Relationship [Carol Gilligan]
    • 2. Two Perspectives: On Self, Relationships, and Morality [Nona Plessner Lyons]
    • 3. Adolescents’ Solutions to Dilemmas in Fables: Two Moral Orientations—Two Problem Solving Strategies [D. Kay Johnston]
    • 4. Two Moral Orientations [Carol Gilligan and Jane Attanucci]
    • 5. Things So Finely Human: Moral Sensibilities at Risk in Adolescence [Betty Bardige]
    • 6. The Origins of Morality in Early Childhood Relationships [Carol Gilligan and Grant Wiggins]
  • II. Implications: Defining an Approach to Adolescent and Adult Development
    • 7. Exit–Voice Dilemmas in Adolescent Development [Carol Gilligan]
    • 8. Moral Concerns and Considerations of Urban Youth [Betty Bardige, Janie Victoria Ward, Carol Gilligan, Jill McLean Taylor, and Gina Cohen]
    • 9. Urban Adolescents’ Conceptions of Violence [Janie Victoria Ward]
    • 10. In Whose Terms: A New Perspective on Self, Role, and Relationship [Jane Attanucci]
    • 11. Cultural Scripts for Mothering [Ann Willard]
    • 12. The Vulnerable and Invulnerable Physician [Carol Gilligan and Susan Pollak]
    • 13. Women Lawyers: Archetype and Alternatives [Dana Jack and Rand Jack]
  • Afterword
  • References
  • Index

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