Issue 17, March 2000

Editor: Elizabeth McMahon

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Target Article

In It’s too hard to write good – I’d rather write bad Dorothy Porter discusses her venture into writing for young adults.


Wendy Hollway reviews Elizabeth Wilson’s Neural Geographies: Feminism and the Microstructure of Cognition,and its “shocking” implications for feminist psychology.

Adam Aitken considers the representation of Michael Dransfield in Patricia Dobrez’s recent biography.

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