4 edition of Social Support and Motherhood found in the catalog.
Social Support and Motherhood
by Blackwell Pub
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Social Support and Motherhood by Oakley, Social Support and Motherhood. Ann Oakley (author) Published by Policy PressBristol Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In good all round condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo.
This book focuses on an important and often overlooked topic in health services: caring and social support. Newly reissued for a contemporary audience, Social Support and Motherhood will resonate with anyone interested in the experiences of mothers, and in the relations between social research, academic knowledge, and public policy.
This compilation provides an insightful new angle to the inherent experience of social exclusion by mothers. Understanding the ways in which motherhood can be associated with exclusion is crucial for mothers themselves, their social networks, mental health practitioners, child care professionals and policy makers --Dr.
Verena Graupmann, Assciate Professor, Psychological Science, DePaul UniversityAuthor: Christie Byvelds. Book Reviews: SOCIAL SUPPORT AND MOTHERHOOD Ann Oakley, Oxford, Blackwell,pp.
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This remarkable book focuses on a topic of great importance in the provision of health services — caring and social support. Setting neglect of this topic in the wider context of an ongoing crisis in gendering knowledge, Social support and motherhood is now reissued for a contemporary audience.
The book analyses motherhood both as ideology and as practice, and the complexities between motherhood and mothering where the concepts are glorified but the women remain subordinate. While it takes up the social and economic function of motherhood, it has an integral view of the other services demanded of women in the family and outside.
This collection explores motherhood in the context of social exclusion. The book is divided into four parts, each exploring the topic from a different perspective: A Historical Look at Motherhood; Mothers and Crime; Disability, Care Work, and Motherhood; and Personal Narratives.
This remarkable book focuses on a topic of great importance in the provision of health services – caring and social support. Setting neglect of this topic in the wider context of an ongoing crisis in gendering knowledge, Social support and motherhood is now reissued for a contemporary audience.
Combining social support with an opportunity to exercise, while being able to bring your kids with you if you so choose, is a way to connect with community members who are. The more parent surround themselves and their baby with loving social support the healthier and happier the baby will grow up to be.
For more information on early experience, see new book. Jeffries Warfield: The subtitle of the book is “The Political Power of Black Motherhood” How would you explain what that is exactly. McClain: We have centuries of experience trying to build family and support family and support our children in a place that’s often inhospitable.
My intention with the book was to get a little more explicit. Get this from a library. Social support and motherhood: the natural history of a research project.
[Ann Oakley] -- Drawing on her long experience as an academic researcher and writer, Ann Oakley develops a sociology of the research process itself, telling the story of how a research project is undertaken and what.
“Motherhood- Is It For Me. is a book that will help so many women to find their way to peace around whether to have children or not. It is much needed as it addresses one of the core social taboos that make having a frank dialogue about this so difficult - ambivalence.
In this one-hour episode, Emily and Laura answer listeners’ questions from how to survive motherhood without family support and how to protect children from negative influences, to how they maintain privacy for their families on social media and what their quiet time looks like.
The word “mother” traditionally meant a woman who bears and nurtures a child. In recent decades, changes in social norms and public policy as well as advances in reproductive technologies and the development of markets for procreation and care have radically expanded definitions of motherhood.
Embodying Motherhood examines motherhood discourse in urban India, in the context of prevailing motherhood ideologies from a feminist authors’ particular location as mothers and feminist scholars within an urban Indian setting and their diverse disciplinary backgrounds in social sciences and literary and cultural studies informs the interdisciplinary and intersectional.
We need a new model to think about the transition to motherhood. That’s the focus of the new book What No One Tells You: A Guide to Your Emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood, co-authored by psychiatrists Alexandra Sacks and Catherine Birndorf.
In the book, Sacks and Birndorf seek to educate readers about the stage of life called “matrescence,” which is the developmental transition to.