The Impact of Women's Studies on the Campus and the Disciplines

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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institute of Education, Program on Teaching and Learning : request from Social Processes/Women's Research Team, National Institute of Education, 1980 - 132 pages
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Page xi - THE PROJECT ON THE STATUS AND EDUCATION OF WOMEN of the Association of American Colleges began operations in September 1971.
Page 8 - Design is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-2680, 215-662-5606.
Page 115 - Know, 1972); Nancy Hoffman, Cynthia Secor, and Adrian Tinsley, eds., Female Studies VI: Closer to the Ground— Women's Classes, Criticisms, Programs 1972 (Old Westbury, NY: Feminist Press, 1973); Deborah S.
Page 6 - ... relevant to women; (3) Raising questions about the silence of traditional disciplines about women; (4) Raising questions about the male orientation and methodology of traditional fields; (5) Raising questions about sex role relationships; (6) Questioning basic assumptions about society; (7) Encouraging students and faculty to do research on women and to share it with others.
Page 15 - ... inevitable choices, the principle of creating a new and broader perspective by uniting content from numerous fields holds. Second, what purposes can be served by creating an interdisciplinary program in which the whole is larger than the sum of its parts? At least three purposes are evident. One can develop an overview of the role of women which merges the limited concerns of specialized fields into a general perspective. Or one can explore the interstices of related fields to draw out the truths...
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Page 46 - Psychology (AWP) is a national, not-for-profit scientific and educational organization devoted to: a. ending the role psychology has had in perpetuating unscientific and unquestioned assumptions about the "natures
Page 110 - FEMINIST PRESS' CLEARINGHOUSE ON WOMEN'S STUDIES Female Studies VI. Closer to the Ground: Women's Classes, Criticism, Programs- 1972. Eds. Nancy^ Hoffman, Cynthia Secor, Adrian Tinsley for the Commission on the Status of Women in the Modern Language Association. (1972) Essays on women's studies in the classroom, literary criticism from a feminist perspective, course materials. Female Studies VII. Going Strong: New Courses/New...
Page 85 - ... periods of high-level employment. • There is some feeling in the business world that the incidence of tax would make more sense if it was the other way around. It is an area that needs considerable study, in cooperation particularly with those States that have made their own solvency studies. It is an area in which there has been a great deal of interest in the last year or so, on the part of employer organizations especially, because of the great interest in this unemployment insurance tax....

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