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On (writing) families : autoethnographies of presence and absence, love and loss

Author: Jonathan Wyatt; Tony E Adams
Publisher: Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Essay : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Who are we with and without families? How do we relate as children to our parents, as parents to our children? How are parent-child relationships and familial relationships in general made and (not) maintained? Informed by narrative, performance studies, poststructuralism, critical theory, and queer theory, contributors to this collection use autoethnographya method that uses the personal to examine the culturalto  Read more...
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On (writing) families
(OCoLC)880200740
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Wyatt; Tony E Adams
ISBN: 9789462096226 9462096228
OCLC Number: 881848345
Description: 1 online resource.
Responsibility: edited by Jonathan Wyatt and Tony E. Adams.

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Who are we with and without families? How do we relate as children to our parents, as parents to our children? How are parent-child relationships and familial relationships in general made and (not) maintained? Informed by narrative, performance studies, poststructuralism, critical theory, and queer theory, contributors to this collection use autoethnographya method that uses the personal to examine the culturalto interrogate these questions. The essays write about/around issues of interpersonal distance and closeness, gratitude and disdain, courage and fear, doubt and certainty, openness and secrecy, remembering and forgetting, accountability and forgiveness, life and death. Throughout, family relationships are framed as relationships that inspire and inform, bind and scarrelationships replete with presence and absence, love and loss. An essential text for anyone interested in autoethnography, personal narrative, identity, relationships, and family communication.

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