Sex Roles, Vol. 36, Nos. 9/10, 1997 Knowledge, Difference, and Bower. Edited by Nancy Goldberger, Jill Tarule, Blythe Clinchy, and Maty Belenky. New York: Basic Books, 1996, 478 pp., $30.00. Knowledge, Difference, and Power (KDP) is an edited book of essays in- tended to extend the discussion of epistemological preferences first re- ported in Women's Ways of Knowing (Belenky, M. E, Clinchy, B, M., Goldberger, N. R., & Tarule, J. M. New York: Basic Books, 1986). In par- ticular, the KDP editors, who were also the scholars of WWK, were inter- ested in framing their work as a theory of diversity relevant to "important, unavoidable questions concerning how knowledge has been defined, vali- dated, and claimed in twentieth century America—and how only certain segments of the population have been empowered as valid and respected knowers" (Goldberger, p. 3). The three subsections of the book are: (a) The Past Decade: Women's Ways of Knowing Applied; (b) New Directions: Connected and Collabora- tive Knowing; and (c) New Directions: Culture, Power, and Knowing. In fact, discussions about WWK and implications for future work abound throughout the book; the division is not a strict one. The contributors rep- resent a variety of disciplines
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