Bettie Ch 1 Summary -Women without Class
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Bettie Ch 1 Summary -Women without Class

Course Number: CAT CAT 125, Spring 2010

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Women without Class Julie Bettie Ch. 1 Julie Bettie starts the article by discussing her research goals and relevant research in the field of gender studies and identity. She talks about a reading called Reviving Ophelia by Mary Pipher, that speaks of a girl poisioning culture but felt this book was written by someone who oversimplified gender identity and did not even take the time to get to know and earn the...

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without Women Class Julie Bettie Ch. 1 Julie Bettie starts the article by discussing her research goals and relevant research in the field of gender studies and identity. She talks about a reading called Reviving Ophelia by Mary Pipher, that speaks of a girl poisioning culture but felt this book was written someone by who oversimplified gender identity and did not even take the time to get to know and earn the trust of the girls she was writing about. Julie Bettie wants to crack these stereotypes and unlock the cultural and identity issues underlying these problems and the development of girls in todays society.

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