The Resource See Jane win : the Rimm report on how 1,000 girls became successful women, Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman and Ilonna Rimm

See Jane win : the Rimm report on how 1,000 girls became successful women, Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman and Ilonna Rimm

Label
See Jane win : the Rimm report on how 1,000 girls became successful women
Title
See Jane win
Title remainder
the Rimm report on how 1,000 girls became successful women
Statement of responsibility
Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman and Ilonna Rimm
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Looks at feminine success and satisfaction and explains how parents can give their own daughters the same advantages
Cataloging source
DLC
Government publication
publication of autonomous or semi autonomous component of government
Illustrations
phonodisk
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ799.15
LC item number
.R56 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
See Jane win : the Rimm report on how 1,000 girls became successful women, Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman and Ilonna Rimm
Publication
Alternative Format
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 345-347) and index
Contents
One thousand successful women: twenty guidelines for raising your daughters. Turning roadblocks and reversals into opportunities: Dr. Janice Douglas ; A renewed identity-mountains to climb: Suzanne Daniels -- The American dream for your daughters: be a coach, not a judge. She learned that women are strong: Margaret Karnes ; No one ever told her what she couldn't do: Dr. Ana Casa -- Good little girls aren't so bad. How "good little girls" shatter glass ceilings: Susan Widham ; She broke with tradition: Nancy Collier -- See Jane learn: that invaluable education. When a woman is an "uncommon man": Dr. Diane Butler ; Finding a career that combines people and science: Angela Sands -- Active girls, active women. A family surrounded by music: Louise Andrews ; Capturing the "pulse of young women": Helen Gurley Brown -- See Jane win, and other formative experiences. An independent "fire-eater": Catherine Burns, Ph. D. ; Spiritual passion permeated her childhood: Rabbi Miriam Kane -- Sociability, shyness, and insecurity: peer relationships. Making her mark: Donna Draves -- Parents do make a difference: family relationships. Searching for balance and the right path: Diana Doyle ; Hardworking and creative, but her family is her center: Dr. Alyssa Gaines -- See Jane go: young adult resilience. Resilient and optimistic, she just wouldn't quit: Sandra Sheets ; Madame Curie was her role model: Dr. Anne Caroles -- See Jane stop: glass ceilings, sticky floors, and circuitous stairways
Control code
40545435
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
361 p.
Isbn
9780517706664
Lccn
98055295
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)40545435

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