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Motherhood in the Twenty-First Century.

By: Alizade, Mariam.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Psychoanalysis and Women Series: Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2006Description: 1 online resource (241 p.).ISBN: 9781849405010.Subject(s): Motherhood -- Cross-cultural studies | Motherhood -- History -- 21st century | Motherhood -- Psychological aspects | Motherhood -- Social aspects | Motherhood | Social changeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Motherhood in the Twenty-First CenturyDDC classification: 306.87 | 306.8743 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
COVER; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; CONTRIBUTORS; CHAPTER ONE Motherhood is unending; CHAPTER TWO The twenty-first century: what changes?; CHAPTER THREE Motherhood in a fertile new world; CHAPTER FOUR Artificial pregnancy; CHAPTER FIVE The non-maternal psychic space; CHAPTER SIX Why do you want to have a child?; CHAPTER SEVEN The place of motherhood in primary femininity; CHAPTER EIGHT Reconstructing Oedipus? Considerations of the psychosexual development of boys of lesbian parents; CHAPTER NINE Maternity and femininity: sharing and splitting in the mother-daughter relationship
CHAPTER TEN The parents, the baby, and the high-tech storkCHAPTER ELEVEN Motherhood and work; CHAPTER TWELVE The bodies of present-day maternity; CHAPTER THIRTEEN New reproductive realities: paradoxes, parameters, and maternal orientations; CHAPTER FOURTEEN Parenthood and HIV/AIDS. An investigation of the INPer based on psychoanalytic and gender theory; CHAPTER FIFTEEN New methods of conception and the practice of psychoanalysis; CHAPTER SIXTEEN The impossible being of the mother; REFERENCES; INDEX
Summary: This book takes a fresh look at women in their maternal role. In the 21st century, with its frenzy and heterogeneity, where the mixture of modernity and post-modernity is not without danger, motherhood cannot escape the impact of social and cultural transformations. Psycho-history, the accumulation and variety of psychoanalytic theories of femininity and motherhood, the contribution of gender studies, cross-disciplinary research, and listening to what our patients have to say - all this has yielded, in the past few decades, much controversial data that challenges orthodox classical thinking with respect to the role and function of women as mothers.
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COVER; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; CONTRIBUTORS; CHAPTER ONE Motherhood is unending; CHAPTER TWO The twenty-first century: what changes?; CHAPTER THREE Motherhood in a fertile new world; CHAPTER FOUR Artificial pregnancy; CHAPTER FIVE The non-maternal psychic space; CHAPTER SIX Why do you want to have a child?; CHAPTER SEVEN The place of motherhood in primary femininity; CHAPTER EIGHT Reconstructing Oedipus? Considerations of the psychosexual development of boys of lesbian parents; CHAPTER NINE Maternity and femininity: sharing and splitting in the mother-daughter relationship

CHAPTER TEN The parents, the baby, and the high-tech storkCHAPTER ELEVEN Motherhood and work; CHAPTER TWELVE The bodies of present-day maternity; CHAPTER THIRTEEN New reproductive realities: paradoxes, parameters, and maternal orientations; CHAPTER FOURTEEN Parenthood and HIV/AIDS. An investigation of the INPer based on psychoanalytic and gender theory; CHAPTER FIFTEEN New methods of conception and the practice of psychoanalysis; CHAPTER SIXTEEN The impossible being of the mother; REFERENCES; INDEX

This book takes a fresh look at women in their maternal role. In the 21st century, with its frenzy and heterogeneity, where the mixture of modernity and post-modernity is not without danger, motherhood cannot escape the impact of social and cultural transformations. Psycho-history, the accumulation and variety of psychoanalytic theories of femininity and motherhood, the contribution of gender studies, cross-disciplinary research, and listening to what our patients have to say - all this has yielded, in the past few decades, much controversial data that challenges orthodox classical thinking with respect to the role and function of women as mothers.

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