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Consuming motherhood

Consuming motherhood

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick, NJ .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Janelle S. Taylor, Linda L. Layne, and Danielle F. Wozniak.
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LC ClassificationsHQ
The Physical Object
Pagination336 p. ;
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22603305M
ISBN 100813534305

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. View. Clover Stroud, author of The Wild Other, talks to Sarah Langford about her new book My Wild & Sleepless Nights: A Mother's Story Mother to five children, Clover Stroud has navigated family life across two decades, both losing and finding herself. In her touching, provocative and profoundly insightful book, she captures a sense of what motherhood really feels like - how intense, sensuous.

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Jul 30,  · Consuming Motherhood brings together a group of sociologists, anthropologists, and religious studies scholars to address this question through carefully grounded ethnographic studies.

This insightful book reveals how mothers negotiate the contradictory forces that position them as both immune from and the target of consumerist tendencies in 4/4(2). 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. 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.

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Sep 09,  · ORNA DONATH is a sociologist and anthropologist whose work focuses on reproduction, motherhood, and non-motherhood; she currently lectures at several universities in Israel. Her previous book, Making a Choice: Being Childfree in Israel, was published in Donath has also served as chair of the Hasharon Rape Crisis Center in Raanana, where /5(14).

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.

Consuming Motherhood addresses the provocative question of how motherhood and consumption—as ideologies and as patterns of social action—mutually shape a.

June 15, • A new book about motherhood among Manhattan's elite has garnered a lot of attention. Commentator Tania Lombrozo suggests our obsession with parenting among the privileged stems. 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. Motherhood is so all-consuming that it was beginning to consume me. It was getting me up super early to get ahead at work.

It was keeping me up late to scrub the kitchen sink. It was making me feel guilty for not being a time-traveler who could magically be at swim lessons, work meetings and Barre class at the exact same lestisserandsduquebec.com: Elizabeth Tenety. Nov 21,  · Motherhood imposes a birth of sorts for the women involved, according to the various authors in this exceptionally well integrated and provocative volume of essays.

Women are reborn to a new status of 'mother' and simultaneously as a new kind of consumer of goods—goods in the form [End Page ] of services, consumer products, and even of.

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By Amy Sachs. May 5, Sep 25,  · In a Quiet Ohio Town, Who Started the Fire, and Why. By Eleanor Henderson. Buy Book Amazon; Apple Books the all-consuming force of Author: Eleanor Henderson. ‘I loved motherhood. Where does that leave my feminism?’ Until we create new dialogues about motherhood, feminism will keep hitting walls, argues Elske RahillAuthor: Elske Rahill.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. “It isn't really about motherhood, but was a lifesaver with all three of my kids, but especially my first. It made me feel like I was succeeding in the new world of motherhood when I had zero idea what I was doing.

If I met Dr. Karp today I would give him a huge hug.” —Janna Ajam To buy: $12, lestisserandsduquebec.com: Brandi Broxson. Linda Louise Layne (born Burbank, California, ) is an American lestisserandsduquebec.com is a visiting fellow at the University of Cambridge in the Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc).

Her first book was on tribal and national identities in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Layne is completing an edited collection of essays by anthropologists and historians on selfishness and Alma mater: University of Southern California, (B.A.

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He was my first, and I had not expected motherhood to consume quite so much time and emotion. The energy and life I had previously invested into eternity-worthy endeavors were now being spent through the inefficiency of motherhood.