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by Susan B. Boyd,Dorothy E. Chunn,Fiona Kelly,Wanda Wiegers

Author: Susan B. Boyd,Dorothy E. Chunn,Fiona Kelly,Wanda Wiegers
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1 edition (April 10, 2015)
Pages: 296 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.3
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by Susan B. Boyd (Author), Dorothy E. Chunn (Author), Fiona Kelly .

by Susan B. Chunn (Author), Fiona Kelly (Author), Wanda Wiegers (Author) & 1 more. Download one of the Free Kindle apps to start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, and computer. Written by leading socio-legal scholars, Autonomous Motherhood? is an important work that will also be of interest to scholars in sociology, anthropology, politics, and public policy whose focus is families and family life. Mary Jane Mossman, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University).

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. org to approved e-mail addresses. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting.

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. Boyd, Susan Barbara, Autonomous Motherhood?: A Socio-Legal Study of Choice and Constraint (April 1, 2015).

The study discusses the features of personal resources found in a parent-child relationship by parents.

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood?probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. The study discusses the features of personal resources found in a parent-child relationship by parents.

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law . Autonomous Motherhood? Book Description

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. Autonomous Motherhood? Book Description: Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. eISBN: 978-1-4426-1909-8. Subjects: History, Sociology, Law. Boyd, Dorothy E. Chunn, Fiona Kelly, and Wanda Wiegers

By Susan B. Chunn, Fiona Kelly, and Wanda Wiegers. Since the end of the Second World War, increasing numbers of women have decided to become mothers without intending the biological father or a partner to participate in parenting. Autonomous Motherhood? offers a nuanced understanding of the trickiness of conceptions of autonomy and choice and provides important new data on women’s experiences of lone motherhood in the post-war and more recent era. Hester Lessard, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria.

Author: Susan B. Chunn, Wanda Wiegers, Fiona J. Kelly Title: Autonomous motherhood? : a socio-legal study of. .About the H-Net Book Channel. Feeding the Elephant: A Forum on Scholarly Communications. All Feeding the Elephant Posts. Kelly Title: Autonomous motherhood? : a socio-legal study of choice and constraint Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Publication Date: 4/9/2015 ISBN: 9781442626454 Trade Paperback (English).

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Autonomous Motherhood? A Socio-Legal Study of Choice and Constraint (University of Toronto Press, 2015) (with D Chunn, F Kelly and W Wiegers).

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A Socio-legal Study of Choice and Constraint continues to probe fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and of parenting. Professor Chunn is a feminist social historian with a strong interest in law, bringing insight along social and historical dimensions; and Professor Wiegers’ work has examined single mothers and the law from a feminist perspective.

Since the end of the Second World War, increasing numbers of women have decided to become mothers without intending the biological father or a partner to participate in parenting. Many conceive via donor insemination or adopt; others become pregnant after a brief sexual relationship and decide to parent alone.

Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. Drawing on a range of empirical evidence, including legislative history, case studies, and interviews with single mothers, the authors conclude that while women may now have the economic and social freedom to parent alone, they must still negotiate a socio-legal framework that suggests their choice goes against the interests of society, fatherhood, and children.