By Rosalind Barnett, Caryl Rivers
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15 At the low end of his scale were people who simply followed such moral authorities as religious leaders, politicians, or social arbiters. At the high end were people who had internalized a set of moral principles and acted on those principles in situations where moral decisions were required. Kohlberg used the now classic “Heinz dilemma” to measure moral decisionmaking. In this scenario, Heinz’s wife is severely ill and may die without her expensive medicine, which he can’t afford. Should he break into the store to steal the medicine to keep his wife alive?
Bust Also by Rosalind Barnett and Caryl Rivers She Works/He Works (1996) Lifeprints (1983) Beyond Sugar and Spice (1979) Same Difference How Gender Myths Are Hurting Our Relationships, Our Children, and Our Jobs Rosalind Barnett and Caryl Rivers Basic Books A Member of the Perseus Books Group New York To Nat and Alan, whose continuous support on many fronts and unflagging interest and enthusiasm made all this possible. If we ever needed proof that caring was as much a male as a female virtue, our husbands have given us that proof.
Indeed, if women are the better sex, then the entire weight of the goodness of society rests firmly on their shoulders. This not only takes men off the hook but puts an impossible burden on women. Gilligan’s ideas penetrated public practice and private belief with unprecedented swiftness. Her ascension was akin to Dr. 14 Let’s examine how one psychologist’s leanings brought about such widespread change, and how her theory was turned on its head to once again relegate women to domestic, caring roles.