Category Archives: Adult development

Women’s ways of knowing: the development of self, voice, and mind

Read Drawn from the voices of women of varied backgrounds, Women’s Ways of Knowing reveals the unique perspectives from which women view reality and draw conclusions about truth, knowledge, and authority. An intellectual and political Our Bodies, Ourselves, this book … Continue reading

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Leadership, Cognitive Complexity, and Gender

Read   This paper uses two theories of adult development to frame an exploration of gender and leadership. In the last decade, the definition of an effective leader has shifted from charismatic decision maker to steward, designer, and builder of … Continue reading

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