Untold Lives: The First Generation of American Women Psychologists

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Columbia University Press, 1989 - Psychology - 236 pages
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In the outpouring of books on education in the last decade, none has been more important than Paul Willis' Learning to Labor, The unique contribution of this book is that it shows, with glittering clarity, how the rebellion of poor and working class kids against school authority prepares them for working class jobs. No American interested in education or in labor can afford not to read and study this book carefully. --Stanley Aranowitz
 

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Contents

Mary Calkins
17
Ties That Bound Milicent
53
Margaret Floy Washburns
91
Christine LaddFranklins
109
Origins Education and LifeStyles
133
Careers and Contributions
153
To the Present
175
Kate Gordon Moore 187 Lillien Jane Martin 189 Naomi
194
REFERENCES
215
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Elizabeth Scarborough is Associate Professor of Psychology at the State University of New York, Fredonia.

Lauren Furumoto is Professor of Psychology at Wellesley College.

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