Mothers and the Economy: The Economics of Mothering

This special issue on “Mothers and the Economy: The Economics of Mothering” features 14 articles, 7 book reviews, and a special poetry folio featuring the work of Laurie Kruk.
Articles include:
• ”CEDAW as a Tool to Ensure Economic Equality for Mothers in Canada”
• ”Singled Out and Left Behind: Canadian Lone Mothers in a Time of Plenty”
• ”Funding and Framing Families: An Analysis of the Discursive Foundations of Family Allowance and the Universal Child Care Benefit”
• ”Canadian Parental Benefits Program: Challenging or Supporting the Gendered Organization”
• ”Commodifying the Fetus”
• ”The Economics and Politics of Delayed Birth Timing”
• ”Mothers, Milk and Money: Maternal Corporeal Generosity, Social Psychological Trust, and Value in Human Milk Exchange”
• ”From “Need” to “Risk”: The Neoliberal Construction of the “Bad” Mother”
• and many more!

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    Price: $10.00

    Journal Volume #: 3.1

    Page Count: 326

    Publication Date: Spring/Summer 2012

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