Representations of Motherhood PDF/EPUB ¹


  • Paperback
  • 294 pages
  • Representations of Motherhood
  • Donna Bassin
  • English
  • 05 July 2015
  • 9780300068634

3 thoughts on “Representations of Motherhood

  1. Hannah Marie Hannah Marie says:

    A mixed bag The lit crit was good the psychobabble not so much


  2. Simone Simone says:

    okay beginning too much psychobabble the rest of the way


  3. Mauras Mauras says:

    Great essays essential book


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Representations of Motherhood❰Read❯ ➮ Representations of Motherhood Author Donna Bassin – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk For many years mothers have been viewed in terms of their impact on children rather than as people with needs feelings and interests—subjects in their own right This book explores the maternal exper For many years mothers have been viewed in terms of their impact on children rather than as people with needs feelings and interests—subjects in their own right This book explores the maternal experience from the mother's point of view It uestions a society that has devalued and sentimentalized motherhood presents images Representations of ePUB í of generative and creative women who are also mothers discusses the complex psychological experience of having and being a mother and examines how representations of mothers in art film literature the social and behavioral sciences and historical writing have affected womenContents Introduction Donna Bassin Margaret Honey and Meryle Mahrer Kaplan Part I The Acknowledgment and Appropriation of Maternal Work Thinking MothersConceiving Birth Sara Ruddick Fictions of Home Jane Lazarre Shifting the Center Race Class and Feminist Theorizing about Motherhood Patricia Hill CollinsThe Mothers of the Disappeared Passion and Protest in Maternal Action Jean Bethke ElshtainMaternity and Rememory in Toni Morrison’s Beloved Marianne HirschPart II The Paradoxical Nature of the Maternal PositionBeing a Mother and Being a Psychoanalyst Two Impossible Professions Janine Chasseguet SmirgelThe Omnipotent Mother A Psychoanalytic Study of Fantasy and Reality Jessica BenjaminMothering Hate and Winnicott Elsa FirstMaternal Subjectivity in the Culture of Nostalgia Mourning and Memory Donna BassinRosalind A Family Romance Myra GoldbergPart III The Cultural Construction and Reconstruction of the Maternal ImageImages of the Maternal An Interview with Barbara Kruger Therese LichtensteinThe Power of Positive Diagnosis Medical and Maternal Discourses on Amniocentesis Rayna RappThe Maternal Voice in the Technological Universe Margaret HoneyTaking the Nature Out of Mother Adria SchwartzSex Work and Motherhood Maternal Subjectivity in Recent Visual Culture E Ann KaplanPlaying and Motherhood; or How to Get the Most Out of the Avant Garde Susan Rubin Suleiman.