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Elizabeth Debold

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Dr. Elizabeth Debold has published numerous articles about human and moral development, gender issues, and girls' self-knowledge and growth. She has consulted to a variety of organizations ranging from corporate law firms to nonprofit educational organizations, has lectured widely, and has appeared as a guest on numerous television and radio programs, including Oprah , Good Morning America and NPR’s 51%. Debold is currently the Academic Director of the Master's Program in Conscious Evolution that WIE is running in partnership with The Graduate Institute, in Milford, Connecticut.

She received her doctorate in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University, and was a... Read More

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Mother Daughter Revolution
From Good Girls to Great Women
Written by Elizabeth Debold
Contribution by Marie C. Wilson and Idelisse Malave


Format: Trade Paperback, 404 pages
Publisher: Bantam
On Sale: September 1, 1994
Price: $23.00

Based on research by the Harvard Project on Women's Psychology and Girls' Development, Mother Daughter Revolution explores the mother-daughter relationship, and how it can be the basis for preserving young girls' natural strengths and self-esteem through the crisis of acculturation into traditional "good girl" behavior norms. The authors, through provocative anecdotes... Read more >
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