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This paper constructs the mechanisms of feminist consciousness-raising and face to face feminism as a teaching and nurturing style of life in Jeffrey Zaslow's The Girls from Ames (2009). The paper also constructs an argument that the Ames girls' less-political circle of consciousness-raising works as a social process that helps them learn from each other how to comprehend and name their experiences, and how to identify and assess their commonalities and differences. As findings, this studydoi:10.5539/ells.v7n4p33 fatcat:hripjdn53neofekngggo3yfumu