Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Assertiveness in women; Assertiveness training;
Women, who make up more than half the human population, face developmental experiences that traditional human development theories inadequately explain or address. Practitioners treating women have had to choose between traditional-individualistic and feminist-relational models of development. The broader implication of this theoretical choice is either the valuation or devaluation of feminine gender traits. Thus, interventions would likely vary along with underlying philosophy as would the practitioner's view of developmental wellness; This fact and related concerns are the foci of this paper.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Jeffrey S. Ashby
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©1996 Carol L. Charles
Charles, Carol L., "Assertiveness training for women" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 2258.