Mothering, Law, Politics and Public Policy

Mother-Worship/Mother-Blame: Politics and Welfare in an Uncertain Age
by Molly Ladd-Taylor

Mothering Under Duress: Women Caught in a Web of Discourses
by Lorraine Greaves, Ann Pederson, Colleen Varcoe, Nancy Poole, Marina Morrow, Joy Johnson, and Lori Irwin

Equality and the Law of Custody and Access
by Joanna L. Radbord

Demonizing Mothers: Fathers' Rights Discourses in Child Custody Law Reform Processes
by Susan B. Boyd

Witnessing Good Mothering: Experts and Expertise in Family Law Decisions
by Michelle Hughes Miller

Force of Nature, Force of Law: Regulating Midwifery in British Columbia - An Ecofeminist Testimony
by Nane Jordan

Unfair Guidelines: A Critical Analysis of the Federal Child Support Guidelines
by Krista Robson

Mothers Acting Up: A Political Force to be Reckoned With!
by Beth Osnes

"It Takes a Community": Constructing Aboriginal Mothers and Children with FAS/FAE as Objects of Moral Panic in/through a FAS/FAE Prevention
by Amy Salmon

Anecdotal Theory, Morality and Inappropriate Breastfeeding
by Rhonda Shaw

Right to Mothering: Motherhood as a Transborder Concern in the Age of Globalization
by Shu-Ju Ada Cheng

"The Globalization of Love": Transnational Adoption and Engagement with the Globalized World
by Emily J. Noonan

Art and the Politics of State Control: Finding Spaces that Nurture Voice Among Homeless Women
by Lisa Neel and Audrey M. Dentith

Applying a Biopsychosocial Model to Research on Maternal Health
by Lori E. Ross and Brenda Toner

Folio (literary section)

Editor's Notes
by Rishma Dunlop

excerpts from Out of Grief, Singing
by Charlene Diehl

PLUS: Book Reviews

  • vol6no1

    Price: $5.00

    Book Volume #: 6.1

    Page Count: 240

    Publication Date: Spring/Summer 2004

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