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Maternal Encounters : The Ethics of Interruption

By: Baraitser, Lisa.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Women and Psychology: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2008Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (184 p.).ISBN: 9780203030127.Subject(s): Families | Family | Family | Feminism | Motherhood | Sex roleGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Maternal Encounters : The Ethics of InterruptionDDC classification: 306.874/3 | 306.8743 LOC classification: HQ759.B268 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
BOOK COVER; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; DEDICATION; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1 MATERNAL ENCOUNTERS; 2 MATERNAL ALTERITY: MUM'S THE WORD; 3 MATERNAL TRANSFORMATIONS: OI MOTHER, KEEP YE' HAIR ON!; 4 MATERNAL INTERRUPTIONS: I, yi, yi, yi, yi, I LIKE YOU VERY MUCH, Si, si, si, si, si, I THINK YOU'RE GRAND; 5 MATERNAL LOVE: ON MOTHER LOVE AND UNEXPECTED WEEPING; 6 MATERNAL STUFF: MATERNITY AND THE ENCUMBERED BODY; 7 INTENTIONS, INCONSISTENCIES, INCONCLUSIONS; NOTES; REFERENCES; INDEX
Summary: Drawing on contemporary philosophies of feminist ethics as well as psychoanalytic theorists, this book addresses a gap in theoretical work on contemporary motherhood.
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BOOK COVER; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; DEDICATION; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1 MATERNAL ENCOUNTERS; 2 MATERNAL ALTERITY: MUM'S THE WORD; 3 MATERNAL TRANSFORMATIONS: OI MOTHER, KEEP YE' HAIR ON!; 4 MATERNAL INTERRUPTIONS: I, yi, yi, yi, yi, I LIKE YOU VERY MUCH, Si, si, si, si, si, I THINK YOU'RE GRAND; 5 MATERNAL LOVE: ON MOTHER LOVE AND UNEXPECTED WEEPING; 6 MATERNAL STUFF: MATERNITY AND THE ENCUMBERED BODY; 7 INTENTIONS, INCONSISTENCIES, INCONCLUSIONS; NOTES; REFERENCES; INDEX

Drawing on contemporary philosophies of feminist ethics as well as psychoanalytic theorists, this book addresses a gap in theoretical work on contemporary motherhood.

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Chris March is a graduate from Manchester University. He worked for John Laing Construction and later for John Laing Concrete where he became Factory Manager. On entering higher education he worked in both the UK and Hong Kong before joining the University of Salford becoming Senior Lecturer and then the Dean of the Faculty of the Environment. He is a former winner of the Council for Higher Education Construction Industry Partnership Award for Innovation.

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