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by Margaret Nelson

eBook The Social Economy of Single Motherhood: Raising Children in Rural America (Perspectives on Gender) ePub
Author: Margaret Nelson
Language: English
ISBN: 0415947782
ISBN13: 978-0415947787
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 17, 2005)
Pages: 272
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Nelson, Margaret Robert Paul.

The social economy of single motherhood: raising children in rural america. December 2007 · Journal of comparative family studies. Epilepsy and motherhood Robert Paul. -Catholic University of America, 1990. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 162-166).

Margaret Nelson investigates the lives of single, working-class mothers in this compelling and timely book. Through personal interviews, she uncovers the different challenges that mothers and their children face in small town America-a place greatly changed over the past fifty years as factory work has dried up and national chains like Walmart have moved in. Get A Copy. The Social Economy of Single Motherhood: Raising Children in Rural America (Perspectives on Gender). 0415947782 (ISBN13: 9780415947787). Margaret Nelson is the Hepburn Professor of Sociology and Women and Gender Studies at Middlebury College in Vermont. Author(s) Bio. She is the author of Negotiated Care and the co-author of Working Hard and Making Do and Circles of Care. Perspectives on Gender. Perspectives on Gender represents the very best feminist scholarship on gender in the social sciences.

Nelson divides the book into seven sections. Her introduction presents a brief rationale for using social economy as a concept her methodological design, and the women's demographic characteristics. Chapter One describes the social, material and geographical worlds in which these women and their families exist. This description creates a sympathetic understanding of how the social discourse of rural self-sufficiency intensifies a woman's sense of being stigmatized socially by single motherhood and heightens her desire to be self-reliant

The social economy of single motherhood: Raising children in rural America. Manufacturing ‘bad mothers’: A critical perspective on child neglect. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. New York: Routledge-Taylor.

March 15, 2019 History. raising children in rural America. The social economy of single motherhood Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The social economy of single motherhood from your list? The social economy of single motherhood. by Margaret K. Nelson. Published 2005 by Routledge in New York.

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Margaret Nelson investigates the lives of single, working-class mothers in this compelling and timely book

Margaret Nelson investigates the lives of single, working-class mothers in this compelling and timely book. Through personal interviews, she uncovers the different challenges that mothers and their children face in small town America-a place greatly changed over the past fifty years as factory work.

Margaret Nelson investigates the lives of single, working-class mothers in this compelling and timely book. Through personal interviews, she uncovers the different challenges that mothers and their children face in small town America--a place greatly changed over the past fifty years as factory work has dried up and national chains like Walmart have moved in.
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