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also discovered that women considered moral problems in terms of “care and responsibility”, in opposed to the more masculine examination of” right and rules” that men tend to adhere to (Women’s Intellectual Contributions, 2000). In 1982, Gilligan’s criticism of Kohlberg’s work was published in her famous book titled, In a Different Voice:Psychological theory and Women’sDevelopment (Women’s Intellectual Contributions, 2000). In this book “A Different Voice” CarolGilligan sought to show how moral reasoning originated in the pre-reflective experiences of early childhood relationships. Gilligan believed that women must learn to navigate through their own interest and the interest of others. Gilligan also believes that as women, we hesitate to judge others because of the awareness of the complexities that exist within a relationship (Kyte, 2000)
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