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Marginalized mothers, mothering from the margins

Author: Tiffany Taylor; Katrina Bloch
Publisher: Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, 2018.
Series: Advances in gender research, v. 25.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This volume focuses on the ways in which mothers aremarginalized based on intersecting identities, such as immigration status, race, class, disability, sexuality, and how these women mother from the margins. Divided into three sections, this collection brings forth the voices andexperiences of mothers and highlights the institutions and laws that marginalize them. In the first section, mothers face barriers such as  Read more...
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tiffany Taylor; Katrina Bloch
ISBN: 9781787564008 1787564002 1787563995 9781787563995
OCLC Number: 1038451792
Description: xix, 281 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : bringing marginalized mothers to the center / Tiffany Taylor and Katrina Bloch --
Barriers that marginalize mothers. Pride and hope, shame and blame : how welfare mothers in higher education juggle competing identities / Sheila M. Katz ; "Watching what I'm doing, watching how I'm doing it" : exploring the everyday experiences of surveillance and silenced voices among marginalized mothers in Welsh low-income locales / Dawn Mannay, Jordan Creaghan, Dunla Gallagher, Sherelle Mason, Melanie Morgan and Aimee Grant ; Mothering, identity construction, and visions of the future among low-income adolescent mothers from São Paulo, Brazil / Alanna E. F. Rudzik ; Between a rock and a hard place : socioeconomic (im)mobility among low-income mothers of children with disabilities / Regina S. Baker and Linda M. Burton ; The parental experience of mothers with children who have developmental disabilities : qualitative reflections on marginalization and resiliency / Kaitlin Stober and Alexis Franzese --
Borders that marginalize mothers. Chinese maternity tourists and their "anchor babies"? Disdain and racialized conditional acceptance of non-citizen reproduction / Cassaundra Rodriguez ; Negotiating gender and power : how some poor mothers employ economic survival strategies after welfare reform / Sancha D. Medwinter and Linda M. Burton ; "I'm not a good mother now, but I will be in the future :" Sub-Saharan African transnational mothers in a transit migrant country / Cynthia Magallanes-Gonzalez ; Between and betwixt - positioning nannies as mothers : perspectives from Durban, South Africa / Boitumelo Seepamore ; Disrupted mothering : narratives of mothers in prison / Kelly Lockwood --
Mothering as resistance to marginalization. "Parenting like a white person" : race and maternal support among marginalized mothers / Cheryl Crane and Karen Christopher ; Carework strategies and everyday resistance among mothers who have timed-out of welfare / Jill Weigt ; Exploring black women's homeschooling experiences at the intersections of race, gender, and class / Taura Taylor ; Breastmilk sharing at the intersections of race and risk / Kristin J. Wilson ; "We must summon the courage" : black activist mothering against police brutality / Anna Chatillon and Beth E. Schneider ; Continuity and change : mothering in an era of post-liberalization / Nancy A. Naples.
Series Title: Advances in gender research, v. 25.
Responsibility: edited by Tiffany Taylor and Katrina Bloch.

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This volume examines the barriers and borders that marginalize mothers and their efforts to be good mothers and how they mother as a form of resistance to these barriers and borders.  Read more...

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