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Unformatted text preview: • Men cannot imagine themselves as wife/mother/daughter/sister/lover/secretary/ • waitress, which limits their capacity to really understand women • In contrast, she argues, women have had to recognize and respond to men’s needs for centuries in order to survive • An important question to ask is whether Blakely’s point can be further applied to argue that an individual who is part of a dominant group can indeed change stance toward subordinate groups but fail to achieve empathy...
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- Spring '10