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Hearing The Difference: Theorizing Connection Analysis

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In the reading “Hearing the Difference: Theorizing Connection” by Carol Gillian, Gillian talks about a shift from the psychological patriarchal “norm” when the voice of women started to become less peripheral and more central. She relates the voice to the relationships, experiences and connections of women. She separates her ideas into the feminine ethic of care, which is the ethic of obligations and interpersonal relationships in a patriarchal world, and the feminist ethic of care, which is the connection and disconnection of human life which requires change. She believed that the psychological knowledge that had been recently gained at that time was a map toward the future, and that although it may be hard, the voice of women had been heard
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