Mothering and Work / Mothering as Work

Skills, Not Attributes: Rethinking Mothering as Work
By JaneMaree Maher

Motherhood and Management
By Kelly C. Walter Carney

Using Mothering at Work: Embracing the Contradictions of Pedagogy and Practice
By Debra Langan

The Work that Never Ends: Employed Mothers of Children with Disabilities
By Alice Home

Maternal Activism on the Neighbourhood level: The Ethic of Care as Motivation to Act
By Kate Connolly

How does the Law Recognize Work?
By Lorna Turnbull

When Good Enough Isn’t: Mother Blame in the Continuum Concept
By Chris Bobel

Young Single Mothers: The Work of Proving Fitness for Parenting
By Merlinda Weinberg

Stage Mothers: A Qualitative Analysis of Women’s Work Experiences as Mothers in Toronto Theatre
By Corinne Rusch-Drutz

Street Sex Work and Mothering
By Christine M. Sloss Gary W. Harper and Karen S. Budd

I Forgot to Have Children! Untangling Links Between Feminism, Careers and Voluntary Childlessness
By Maryanne Dever and Lise Saugeres

Nursing Mothers at Work: Corporate and Maternal Strategies to Support Lactation in the Workplace
By Naomi Bromberg Bar-Yam

At the Pump
By Orit Avishai

Who Compares to Mother (Nani Kama Mama)?
By Susan Schalge

Folio (literary section)

Editor's Notes
by Rishma Dunlop

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  • vol6no2

    Price: $5.00

    Book Volume #: 6.2

    Page Count: 212

    Publication Date: Fall/Winter 2004

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