4 edition of Women, motherhood, and childrearing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 147-155) and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ759 .R54 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 162 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||92019905|
This song, published anonymously in in a women’s magazine that consciously sought to educate modern mothers, illustrates how completely and deeply the idea of scientific motherhood had permeated into U.S. was not a professional journal, yet it clearly expected its readers, laywomen, to know enough to make sense of the humorous lyrics. Perfect Motherhood: Science and Childrearing in America By Rima D. Apple Rutgers University Press, Read preview Overview Promises I Can Keep: Why Poor Women Put Motherhood before Marriage By Kathryn Edin; Maria Kefalas University of California Press,
Consuming Motherhood addresses the provocative question of how motherhood and consumption--as ideologies and as patterns of social action--mutually shape and constitute each other in contemporary North American and European social life. Ideologically, motherhood and consumption are often constructed in opposition to each other, with motherhood standing in as a naturalized social relation . Enslaved women were keenly aware that their reproductive bodies carried a literal price, while middle-class and elite white women dwelled on the physical sensations of childbearing and childrearing. Thus motherhood in this period was marked by tension between the lived experience of the maternal body and the increasingly ethereal vision of the.
Indeed motherhood became, in advice books for women, the central female identity. The touch of the child was supposed to bring out the latent, intensely tender feelings in women. Childrearing manuals are one of the most important sources of advice. These advice books for mothers, to a large extent, represent cultural expectations for. This highly respected book helps students develop the technical skills and broad understanding vital for effective practice while ensuring they never lose sight of the importance of compassion in their role as nurses. Presenting maternal-newborn and child health care not as two separate disciplines but as a continuum of knowledge, Maternal and Child Health Nursing, Seventh Edition views the 5/5(2).
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Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Women, motherhood and childrearing Diane Richardson Snippet view - Women, Motherhood, and Childrearing Diane Richardson No preview available - Get this from a library. Women, motherhood and childrearing. [Diane Richardson] -- Examines the changing social and economic conditions in motherhood women become mothers or, in fewer cases, do not have children, the opportunities women have to control their own fertility and the.
Motherhood: the contemporary experience -- 2. A word of advice: childrearing manuals from to the s -- 3. Mother knows best: theories of childrearing since the Second World War -- 4.
Reproduction: a woman\'s right to choose. -- 5. Reproductive technologies -- 6. Feminism and motherhood -- 7. Feminism and childrearing -- 8. In Perfect Motherhood, Rima D.
Apple shows how the growing belief that mothers need to be savvy about the latest scientific directives has shifted the Women of expert away from the mother and toward the professional establishment. Apple, however, argues that most women today are finding ways to negotiate among the abundance of scientific Cited by: From the author of How Should a Person Be.
(one of the most talked-about books of the yearTime Magazine) and the New York Times Bestseller Women in Clothes comes a daring novel about whether to have children.
In Motherhood, Sheila Heti asks what is gained and what is lost when a woman becomes a mother, treating the most consequential decision of early adulthood with the/5.
The book charts the social, cultural and moral contours of contemporary motherhood and engages with sociological and feminist debates on how selves are constituted, maintained and narrated. Drawing on original research and narrative theory, the book also explores the disjuncture that often exists between personal experience and public discourse Cited by: Women, motherhood and childrearing / Diane Richardson Macmillan Basingstoke, Hampshire Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further.
Diane Richardson, Women, Motherhood and Childrearing (London, Macmillan, ). This provides a lucid account of all aspects of mothering from a feminist perspective, drawing upon sociological, historical and psychological by: Women, motherhood and childrearing Richardson, Diane, Motherhood is a central fact of many women's lives.
Despite this, relatively little has been written about how maternity and childcare affect women's lives. I'm a phd candidate, ABD, with two small children, ages three and 8-months. I read this book cover-to-cover.
I'm sorry I found the book so late into my journey into motherhood/grad studies. The book contains so many amazing essays that give voice to a range of my concerns, fears, anxieties, secrets, pleasures, and wishes. Love it!/5(18). Mother by Sarah Knott review – how child-rearing has changed A quest to find out how women have experienced pregnancy and motherhood over the centuries ends with a Author: Lara Feigel.
This study examines childrearing practices, motherhood, and fatherhood in Ghana. It looks at the contextual background of the country, ethnic groupings, family systems and childrearing practices Author: Kingsley Nyarko. About Theology of the Family.
women/ motherhood/ childrearing and developing the culture of the family (films, books, art, music, etc.) Book (CUA Press): This is a resource book for anyone interested in examining the Biblical and theological foundations of the family. It provides a clear academic analysis of the Scriptures relating to.
Motherhood leads to a definite bias in employment for women seeking a job in traditionally male settings (Heilman and Okimoto, ). In general, for both men and women, parenthood changes the way in which both men and women are viewed in terms of expected work focus, especially producing expectations of undependability.
Some of her books include Seneca Falls and the Origins of the Women’s Rights Movement, Motherhood in the Old South: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Infant Rearing, To Raise Up the South: Sunday Schools in Black and White Churches, and Southern Women: Black and White in the Old South, 3rd Edition.
• Motherhood is published by Harvill Secker. To order a copy for £ (RRP £) go to or call Free UK p&p over £10, online orders : Lara Feigel. This book will be of great interest to students of the social sciences, women's studies and possibly professionals working with the family as it gives insight to how mothers themselves view their own childrearing, while providing a useful theoretical framework for studying motherhood and the family across various contexts and over time.
About the Book. Shadow Mothers shines new light on an aspect of contemporary motherhood often hidden from view: the need for paid childcare by women returning to the workforce, and the complex bonds mothers forge with the “shadow mothers” they hire.
Cameron Lynne Macdonald illuminates both sides of an unequal and complicated relationship. Based on in-depth interviews with .Marquand stands in a long line of radical feminists who have made clear their hatred of marriage and family, motherhood and childrearing.
Indeed, the feminist movement has long warred against mothers, against homemaking, and against childrearing. In her new book, “Free Women, Free Men,” Paglia explains that feminists have zero regard. “Scientific motherhood” arose in the midnineteenth century as Catharine Beecher and others encouraged women to embrace the technological changes of industrialization to assist in rearing children.
Soon, the ideal mother transitioned from being an intelligent evaluator of scientific advice to a more passive conduit of medical : Jessica Weiss.