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Book Review: Maternal Thinking: Towards a Politics of Peace

Book Review: Maternal Thinking: Towards a Politics of Peace FALL 1989 Lechner, Margaret (1988). The process of Phillips, Ε. M., & Wood, J. T. (1984). Emergent consensus. Journal of Experiential Education, issues in human decision making. Carbondale 11(3), 10-14. Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press. Nemeth, C. (1977). Interactions between jurors as Torrance, E. (1957). Group decision making and a function of majority versus unanimity decision disagreement. Social Forces, 35, 314-318. routes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 7, Warren, Karen, & Tippett, Sue (1988). Teaching 38-56. consensus decision making. Journal of Experi­ Peck, M.S. (1987). The different drum; Commu­ ential Education, 11(3), 38-39. nity making and peace. New York: Simon and Schuster. Book Reviews Maternal Thinking: Towards a Politics of Peace by Sara Ruddick, Boston Beacon Press, 1989 Reviewed by Wilma Miranda Mothering, like all serious human work, gener­ commitments is acting as a mother. Whatever mix ates its own forms of thought. This is the central of frustration, sorrow or happiness it brings, "a premise of Sara Ruddick's wonderful new philo­ commitment to foster growth expands... intellec­ sophical piece, which reviewers have called hon­ tual life," entailing a discipline of attentive love. Clearly then, all those in the educating professions est, brave, brilliant and radical. She claims that http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Experiential Education SAGE

Book Review: Maternal Thinking: Towards a Politics of Peace

Journal of Experiential Education , Volume 12 (3): 2 – Nov 1, 1989

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© 1989 Association of Experiential Education
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1053-8259
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2169-009X
DOI
10.1177/105382598901200310
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FALL 1989 Lechner, Margaret (1988). The process of Phillips, Ε. M., & Wood, J. T. (1984). Emergent consensus. Journal of Experiential Education, issues in human decision making. Carbondale 11(3), 10-14. Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press. Nemeth, C. (1977). Interactions between jurors as Torrance, E. (1957). Group decision making and a function of majority versus unanimity decision disagreement. Social Forces, 35, 314-318. routes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 7, Warren, Karen, & Tippett, Sue (1988). Teaching 38-56. consensus decision making. Journal of Experi­ Peck, M.S. (1987). The different drum; Commu­ ential Education, 11(3), 38-39. nity making and peace. New York: Simon and Schuster. Book Reviews Maternal Thinking: Towards a Politics of Peace by Sara Ruddick, Boston Beacon Press, 1989 Reviewed by Wilma Miranda Mothering, like all serious human work, gener­ commitments is acting as a mother. Whatever mix ates its own forms of thought. This is the central of frustration, sorrow or happiness it brings, "a premise of Sara Ruddick's wonderful new philo­ commitment to foster growth expands... intellec­ sophical piece, which reviewers have called hon­ tual life," entailing a discipline of attentive love. Clearly then, all those in the educating professions est, brave, brilliant and radical. She claims that

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Published: Nov 1, 1989

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