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Carroll Saussy believes that women, especially, have difficulty with self-esteem because their lives are shaped and controlled by patriarchal rules and roles that make them second-class citizens. Only in recent decades and in highly educated or politically active communities have women awakened to and begun to expose the damaging effects of the domination-subordination soul of patriarchy. Saussy takes a theological and ideological approach in reviewing the system that fosters such poor self-esteem.
|1.||Coming to a Sense of Self||29|
|2.||God Images and the Self Esteem of Women||46|
|3.||Good Enough Self Esteem||77|
|4.||Women Struggling to Be Themselves||100|
|5.||Conclusion: Enacting Feminist Insights||141|