I originally read this book as a required text in a Nursing BSN program.
I recommend this to anyone, but especially those interested in social justice, gender, multiculturalism, epistemology, and the dynamics of power.
I recommend this book for any woman who is trying to discover who she is, what she's about, and how she got there.
While do not process any special knowledge about the subject of a 'Woman's way of knowing?' I do process a curiosity about it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Robert Taraschi
Well-done book, worth a read for an understanding of different "ways of knowing." Will keep this and re-read it, maybe many times. I even got an extra one to lend out.Published 13 months ago by N. Rich
Excellent authors in this edited book. topics are insightful, poignant, and provocative in a good way. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jeff King
I always select a book in good conditions or better and this one met my expectations. Thank you I am very happy with my purchase.Published 17 months ago by Joan Crane
I am an educator at a law faculty and I take my teaching very seriously. Until I read this book I had very set ideas about how my students learn, and particularly about the quiet... Read morePublished 18 months ago by CS
If you want a good read that is both academic, deep, enriching, and mind consuming get this book. It reads like a nickel novel and is impressive. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jeffrey Hermes
I needed this book for a class on women's memoirs. I was so glad that there was a kindle version; my book back is full enough with large text books. Read morePublished 21 months ago by PQUAL921
Women's Ways of Knowing articulates archetypal constructs of human "voice", or the way we gather certainty about the world and express our certainty through our worldview, i.e. Read morePublished 21 months ago by D Train
There are five categories of women who know (or think).
First, the "silent knower" comprised only 2% of the survey group of 135 women--these women were deprived... Read more