eBook Reconceiving Women: Separating Motherhood from Female Identity download
by Ireland.,Mardy S. Ireland
Author: Ireland.,Mardy S. Ireland
Publisher: The Guilford Press; 1 edition (June 1, 1993)
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Reconceiving Women book. According to recent surveys, approximately 40% of American women.
It provides valuable insights for anyone interested in women's studies and the psychology of women, and serves as an excellent textbook for courses in these fields. From Publishers Weekly
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-187) and index.
Includes bibliographical references (p. Childless in the 1990s: The "other" woman and why now? -. - The traditional woman: Childless - The transitional woman: Child-free and childless - The transformative woman: Child-free - The development of female identity: facts or fictions? -. - Weaving an alternative understanding - The gendered view of identity: Limitations and possibilities - Women but not mothers.
The "academic book" had struck a chord and found broad appeal.
Acknowledging the distinction child-free became critical as a legitimate choice for women. The work was the subsequent subject of a doctoral thesis. The "academic book" had struck a chord and found broad appeal.
The book Motherhood and Choice: Uncommon Mothers, Childfree Women, Amrita Nandy is published by Zubaan Books.
Acknowledging the distinction child-free became critical as a legitimate choice for women.
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New York : Guilford Press, 1993 ISBN 9780898620160. Mardy Ireland has been married twice and openly lived with a female partner in Hawaii, and was a partner of Teri Quatman in the Bay Area for many years, whom she thanked in her most recent book. thesis by Laura Lynn Monschau; Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. Women without children : the effects of childlessness on sex-role identity, psychological well-being, and life course schemas"by.
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