5 edition of Recreating motherhood found in the catalog.
|Statement||Barbara Katz Rothman.|
|LC Classifications||HQ759 .R68 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 226 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||00032349|
Recreating Japanese Women, Gail Lee Bernstein. Preview this book Doubling Expectations Motherhood and Womens Factory Work Under State Management in Japan in the s and s. Women and War The Japanese Film Image. Ann Boulis; Recreating Barbara Katz Rothman. Rutgers University Press, pp. Paper, $, Social Forces, Vol Issue 4, 1 June Author: Ann Boulis.
Her books include IN LABOR; THE TENTATIVE PREGNANCY; RECREATING MOTHERHOOD; THE BOOK OF LIFE; WEAVING A FAMILY:UNTANGLING RACE AND ADOPTION, and LABORING ON, and most recently, A BUN IN THE OVEN: How the Food and BIrth Movements Resist Industrialization. She is Past President of Sociologists for Women in Society; the . The book charts the decline of the “moral mother” and the accompanying idea of motherhood as a sacred estate and vaunted social institution, the impact of progressive and conservative views on the appropriate place of women and mothers within the political and social realms, psychotherapy’s influence on mothers’ sense of identity, and.
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This new edition of Recreating Motherhood contains exciting updates. Rothman shows how this material is key in understanding the family, not just motherhood. And a new chapter, “Reflections on a Decade,” explores how new reproductive technologies combine with new marketing and new genetics to pose troubling social by: Recreating Motherhood book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Selling “genetically gifted” human eggs on the free market for a hef /5. This new edition of Recreating Motherhood contains exciting updates. Rothman shows how this material is key in understanding the family, not just motherhood.
And a new chapter, "Reflections on a Decade," explores how new reproductive technologies combine with new marketing and new genetics to pose troubling social questions. RECREATING MOTHERHOOD Download Recreating Motherhood ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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Rutgers University Press, pp. Paper, $ In the second edition of her classic work, Recreating Motherhood, Barbara Katz Rothman first challenges conventional American notions of birth and mothering and then begins to offer an alternative vision of gh Recreating Motherhood was first drafted.
Her book show how we as a society must first recognize that the real needs of mother, father, and children have been swept aside in an attempt to reduce the complex process of human reproduction to a clinical event that can be controlled by medical technology.
This new edition of Recreating Motherhood contains exciting updates. Rothman Brand: Barbara Katz Rothman. "Rereading Recreating Motherhood should be high up on the agenda of everyone interested in women's health."-Women & Health "Written with force, grace and great humanity.
Barbara Katz Rothman's disciplined, informed, passionately careful thinking on gender and genetics makes Recreating Motherhood a sound, wise guide both to the politics of. The author of works such as In Labor, The Tentative Pregnancy, Recreating Motherhood, The Book of Life, Weaving a Family: Untangling Race and Adoption, Laboring On, and the upcoming book, Bun in the Oven: Crafting an Artisanal Midwifery Movement, she has also published numerous articles and curated several academic journals in her fields.
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Her books include IN LABOR; THE TENTATIVE PREGNANCY; RECREATING MOTHERHOOD; THE BOOK OF LIFE; WEAVING A FAMILY:UNTANGLING RACE AND ADOPTION, and LABORING ON, and the forthcoming BUN IN THE OVEN: How the Food and Birth Movements Resist Industrialization.
Recreating Motherhood. Article (PDF Available) January book s o f picture s o f wome n fo r potentia l parent s t o. choos e from, t o tak e thi s wome n o r tha t woma n t o.
carr y. An intelligent and rigorous feminist discussion of social, legal, and medical issues surrounding motherhood; a well-based conclusion offers starting points for change.
Rothman (In Labor; The Tentative Pregnancy) takes as her starting point her reflections and discussions with other feminists on the Baby M case: not just the legal questions of parenthood and custody directly. This article is drawn from the author’s book Recreating Motherhood: Ideology and Technology on a Patriarchal Society, W.
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Recreating Motherhood: Ideology and Technology in a Patriarchal Society Barbara Katz Rothman, Author W. Norton & Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Boxid_2 CH Camera 1Ds City New York Donor newcollege Edition 1st : The Baby M case signified an advancement in reproductive technology and was the impetus for Recreating Motherhood: Ideology and Technology in a Patriarchical Society, published in In the book, Katz Rothman emphasizes the social, political and technological implications of birthing and raising a child in a patriarchal mater: Brooklyn College, City University.
For expectant mothers, the journey of carrying a child through pregnancy and ultimately delivery can leave one feeling overwhelmed and alone.
For Black women, it is of the utmost importance to have a strong birth support team and education of care.
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She is a professor emerita and Teaching Fellow at Hofstra University, where she was a social science professor. She worked as a teacher in Nigeria for many years, is also the co-founder of. Book Graph ™ Browsery B&N Recreating Motherhood, Ideology and Technology in a Patriarchal Society.
by Barbara Katz Rothman. Paperback. USD $ $ Save 10% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 10%. Hardcover. BOOK REVIEW: Recreating Motherhood By Marsha Riben Reçreating MQ!herhood: Ideology and Tech- nQlQgy in a Pal!iarchal Society by Barbara Katz Roth- man, New York: W.
W. Norton,$ Recreating MQ!hçrhood might just cause you to recreate or reconceptualize your thinking. It did me. It also taught me an interesting new lesson: never judge a.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.
Drawing on original research and narrative theory, the book also explores the disjuncture that often exists between personal experience and public discourse Cited by: By Barbara Katz Rothman. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pages, $ in paperback.
Reviewed by: Susan S. Greenlee, SNM, MPH, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Barbara Katz Rothman's Recreating Motherhood was first published in and, subsequently, went out of print. Since then, new developments in reproductive .