As noted by Goldberg (2000), Gilligan’s work was groundbreaking. “Without question, In a Different Voice was revolutionary and struck a powerful chord in both men and women” (p. 702). “If the moral foundation of young people is weak, they would take the wrong road in life and the rest of their journey through life tends to lead in the wrong direction.” (Thompson, 2011). Sentence 2: Paraphrase information from a source in your annotated bibliography.
In a Different Voice was groundbreaking because it revealed the narrow thinking of previous moral decision-making research based only on male subjects (Goldberg, 2000). Moralistic upbringing is only the beginning to a successful life. If morals and principles
are not fostered during childhood, the result may not be positive. (Thompson, 2011)
Sentence 3: Summarize information from a source in your annotated bibliography.
In a Different Voice laid the foundation for Gilligan’s future work. Over the next decade, she and her colleagues focused on the developmental experiences of girls and introduced that experience into the literature of adolescent psychology (Goldberg, 2000).
Babies are born with an intuition of knowing right from wrong, good from bad. Many of the good
actions people perform are the result of intuition, defined as a subconscious way of knowing.
The same intuition drives parents to foster children with morals, values, and principles.
Goldberg, M. F. (2000). Restoring lost voices: An interview with Carol Gilligan. Phi Delta Kappan, 81(9), 701-704. Retrieved from EBSCOhost database. Thompson, M. (2011). Developing Moral Values in Children: Observations From a Preschool. Ife Center for Psychological Centers and Services, 19(2), 394-411. Retrieved from http://ehis.ebscohost.com