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Feminist approaches to planning thought and action

Sherilyn MacGregor

Feminist approaches to planning thought and action

practical lessons from Women Plan Toronto

by Sherilyn MacGregor

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Published in [Kingston, Ont.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women Plan Toronto (Organization),
  • Women and city planning -- Ontario -- Toronto,
  • Community development, Urban -- Ontario -- Toronto,
  • City planning -- Ontario -- Toronto

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 175 p.
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21770690M

    Whereas society teaches men morals, it teaches women manners. I kept showing up. London: Penguin. An important writer in this area of research was Gustave LeBon.

    The solution to this unfortunate state of affairs, said Stanton, is a relatively simple one: permit, indeed require, women to enter the public world. Yet, just because Wollstonecraft lamented women's moral deficiencies does not mean that she totally blamed women for not being as good as they possibly could be. In the social sciences, chaos theory is the study of complex nonlinear systems of social complexity. Herland is a child-centered society of mothers in which the lines between the so-called private and public realms have been radically redrawn.

    Similarly, she decided not to talk about sexual discrimination beyond the boundaries of gender discrimination. For example, Aristotle's ethics reflects the values of Athenian citizens: that is, property-owning Greek males. It is also an activist and academic movement that sees critical connections between the exploitation of nature and the domination over women both caused by men. According to Gilligan, Freud is simply one of many western psychologists and philosophers who have seen women's moral inferiority where, in Gilligan's estimation, they should have instead seen simply women's moral difference from men. Feminine, maternal, and feminist approaches to ethics are all women-centered; they all speak primarily to women about women's moral experiences. The bodily experiences that women have simply because they are women tend to deepen those feelings and attitudes which cause people generally to care for their infants.


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He or she must also be infused with the proper spirit — the appropriate emotions, sentiments, feelings — to perform an entirely morally worthy action Blum, Feminist approaches to planning thought and action book, Altruism, and Morality, Feminist theory is most concerned with giving a voice to women and highlighting the various ways women have contributed to society.

The voice of the overlooked. Palo Alto, Calif. Writing around the time Beecher wrote, Elizabeth Cady Stanton also found differences between women's and men's moralities. In contrast, Stanton had only superficial relationships with African Americans and, as a New Yorker, no firsthand experience of slavery.

Although Gilligan concedes that Kohlberg's six-stage scale appeals to many people schooled in traditional western ethics, she insists that the popularity of a theory of moral development is not an index of its truth.

To the degree that human beings are mind-body unities rather than mind-body dualities, a mother's physical experiences will affect the way she thinks about her children Whitbeck, "The Maternal Instinct," Guidance is offered for recognizing what barriers—physical, psychological, cultural, and environmental—prevent us from controlling our weight, and readers are encouraged to savor food in order to fully nourish both the body and the mind.

Women stood, hand in hand, demanding equal rights including social, economic, and reproductive rights as well as an end to militaristic actions taken by the government and exploitation of the community people and the environment.

Daly, M. This perspective is derived from the works of Karl Marxwho saw society as fragmented into groups that compete for social and economic resources. The group helped keep me accountable. The duo pairs the latest nutritional information with the age-old Buddhist practice of mindfulness—that is, of being fully aware of all that is going on within ourselves and all that is happening around us—to draw attention to what and how we eat.

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New York: Routledge. Women who birth children — who preserve, nurture, and train them — are not likely to believe that obeying a command, even a command of God, is more valuable than preserving the very lives of these children.

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