By Sara Hayden, Lynn O'Brien Hallstein, Jaime E. Bochantin, Kirsten J. Broadfoot, Jennifer J. Bute, Patrice Buzzanell, Renee L. Cowan, Summer R. Cunningham, Suzy D'Enbeau, Bonnie J. Dow, John Duckworth, Jennifer Emerling Bone, Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz, Karen A.
Ladies who got here of age within the past due 20th century have been raised within the period of selection; they grew up believing that reproductive decision-making is a political correct, a accountability of ladies residing the successes of moment wave feminism, and lower than their keep an eye on. Contemplating Maternity in an period of selection: Explorations into Discourses of Reproduction explores modern maternity either inside and in gentle of those late-twentieth century understandings. making use of quite a few feminist verbal exchange techniques, the volume's participants talk about how discourses of selection form and are formed via women's identities and reviews as (non)mothers and the way those self same discourses impact and replicate inner most practices and public guidelines relating to replica and motherhood. via this method, the participants illustrate quite a few methods of accomplishing feminist pondering, examine, and practices in the communique self-discipline. significant sub-disciplines inside communique stories are represented right here together with feminist organizational, interpersonal, rhetorical, critical/cultural, and social stream reviews. while a few of the earlier scholarly investigations into maternity spotlight just one element or section of motherhood, Contemplating Maternity in an period of Choice is exclusive since it investigates discourses of selection around the arc of maternity and as enacted via numerous (non)maternal topic positions.
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Thus, a rhetorical analysis of the labels that have and continue to emerge within the new momism can reveal much about how the rhetoric of choice is systematically being dismantled and, equally important, how the relationship between intensive mothering and contemporary feminism continues to evolve in problematic and deeply troubling ways. To substantiate these arguments, this chapter unfolds in three parts. First, I begin the analysis by detailing the shared agreements that already exist among scholars about the labels.
On abortion and abortion law. In R. Baxandall & L. ). Dear sisters: Dispatches from the women’s liberation movement (pp. 140–43). New York: Basic Books. Collins, G. (2009). When everything changed: The amazing journey of American women from 1960 to the present. New York: Little, Brown and Company. Collins, P. H. (1991). Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. New York: Routledge. Condit, C. M. (1990). Decoding abortion rhetoric: Communicating social change.
Contemplating Maternity in an Era of Choice: Explorations into Discourse of Reproduction by Sara Hayden, Lynn O'Brien Hallstein, Jaime E. Bochantin, Kirsten J. Broadfoot, Jennifer J. Bute, Patrice Buzzanell, Renee L. Cowan, Summer R. Cunningham, Suzy D'Enbeau, Bonnie J. Dow, John Duckworth, Jennifer Emerling Bone, Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz, Karen A.