Harvard Educational Review
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    Voice, Play, and a Practice of Ordinary Courage in Girls' and Women's Lives

    Annie G. Rogers
    The etymology of courage is explored, and a linkage between "ordinary courage" of eight- to 12-year-old girls with an old meaning of the phrase "to speak one's mind by telling one's heart" is drawn.

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    Fall 1993 Issue

    Abstracts

    Voice, Play, and a Practice of Ordinary Courage in Girls' and Women's Lives
    Annie G. Rogers
    A Tentative Description of Post-Formal Thinking
    The Critical Confrontation with Cognitive Theory
    Joe L. Kincheloe and Shirley R. Steinberg
    Black Curriculum Orientations
    A Preliminary Inquiry
    William H. Watkins
    Teaching and Practice: A Curious Plan
    Managing on the Twelfth
    Patricia Clifford and Sharon L. Friesen
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