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Meeting at the Crossroads

Women’s Psychology and Girls’ Development

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674731837

Publication Date: 01/28/1992

258 pages


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  • 1. A Journey of Discovery
    • A. The Underground
  • 2. The Harmonics of Relationship Is
    • A. Centering on Voice
    • B. A Listener’s Guide
    • C. Voicing Resistance
  • 3. Whistle-Blowers in the Relational World: Three Guides through Childhood
    • A. Jessie: The Tyranny of Nice and Kind
    • B. Sonia: Genuine Relationship, Real Conversation
    • C. Lauren: Play and Courage
  • 4. Approaching the Wall: Three Guides into Adolescence
    • A. Noura: Knowing and Not Knowing
    • B. Judy: Losing Her Mind
    • C. Victoria: Building a Shield
  • 5. Rivers into the Sea: Three Guides through Adolescence
    • A. Anna: A Political Resister
    • B. Neeti: The Perfect Girl
    • C. Liza: Cover Girl
  • 6. Dancing at the Crossroads
    • A. Women and Girls
  • Notes
  • References
  • Index

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