The Alleged Parochialism of Caring
NEWSLETTERS ON COMPUTER USE, FEMINISM, LAW, MEDICINE AND TEACHING (APA) 1991 Winter; 90(2): 96-99
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Noddings, Nel (1992)I hope to persuade Hilde L. Nelson that she is wrong about an ethics of caring....In conclusion, caring is an "ethics of attention," but it includes more than attention. 'Carers' must respond as well as attend. Much more ...
Noddings, Nel (2002)Care theory offers a way to overcome a weakness of liberalism- -its reluctance to intervene in the private lives of adults. In caring for the homeless, we must sometimes use a limited form of coercion, but our intervention ...
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