Motherhood: Meanings, Practices and Ideologies

  title={Motherhood: Meanings, Practices and Ideologies},
  author={Judith Stacey and Ann Phoenix and Anne T. Woollett and Eva Lloyd},
  journal={Journal of Marriage and Family},
Introduction - Ann Phoenix and Anne Woollett PART ONE: PSYCHOLOGY AND IDEOLOGY Motherhood - Ann Phoenix and Anne Woollett Social Construction, Politics and Psychology Psychological Views of Mothering - Anne Woollett and Ann Phoenix PART TWO: THE MANDATE FOR MOTHERHOOD Having Children - Anne Woollett Accounts of Childless Women and Women with Reproductive Problems The Social Construction of Motherhood - Harriette Marshall An Analysis of Childcare and Parenting Manuals PART THREE: THE 'RIGHT TIME… 
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