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Psy 214. Psychology of WomenNov. 1, 2005 : Psy 214. Psychology of WomenNov. 1, 2005 Baker-Miller & Gilligan; toward a psychology of women and men that is inclusive of both genders lived experience Inquiry Group presentations Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller : Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller Baker-Miller finds that women’s strengths have been made into what is not valued and, therefore, are called weaknesses. Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller : Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller Gilligan finds that women’s moral reasoning is contextual and dependent upon reducing hurt to others and, therefore, scores lower on the Kohlberg scale which uses rules and principles. Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller : Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller In Baker-Miller’s new psychology it is only by including women’s strengths into our theorizing about human development that a whole human (and humane) psychology can be constructed. Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller : Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller Gilligan likewise finds that only by including women’s moral reasoning, what she calls, “an ethic of care”, into our theorizing about moral development can a whole psychology of moral development be constructed. Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller : Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller Both theorists/psychologists find that psychological development has been theorized from an androcentric or patriarchal perspective which has at its core a male bias (white and privileged) through which women are found to be not-like-men and therefore inferior. Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller : Overview of Gilligan’s work in relation to Baker-Miller What would it mean to actually do what Baker-Miller and Gilligan suggest? How would we go about doing it? Methodologies? Conceptual frameworks? Who would be included? What are some of the limitations of Baker-Miller’s and Gilligan’s research? How would you correct for these limitations?

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