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Bradford, Ontario : Demeter Press, [2015]
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ISBN 9781772580280 (e-book)
ISBN 9781926452166 (paperback)
Print version: Essential breakthroughs : conversations about men, mothers, and mothering. Bradford, Ontario : Demeter Press, [2015] xiv, 249 pages ; 23 cm ISBN 9781926452166
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Foreward / Andrea Doucet -- Introduction / Gary Lee Pelletier and Fiona Joy Green -- Parental thinking: what does gender have to do with it? / Joanne S. Frye -- Does the manny mother? / Gary Lee Pelletier -- "Is he the son of no one?": a son’s relational narrative on his mother / Nick J. Mule -- Why isn’t everyone celebrating me? My mom, bankruptcy, and my ego / Justin Butler -- Lesbian families, sons, and mothering: parenting outside the boundaries / Alys Einion -- Changing the gender script: Ecuadorian son’s increased domesticity and emotive response to transnational mothering / Ruth Trinidad Galvan -- TV’s new dads: sensitive fatherhood and the return of hegemonic masculinity / Dwayne Avery -- What’s so funny about childbirth? The projection of patriarchal masculinity in popular comedic childbirth guides / Jeffrey Nall -- Just along for the ride? A father-to-be searching for his role / C. Wesley Buerkle -- Mommie dearest: undoing a gay identity through pregnancy / Jack Hixson-Vulpe -- The ties that bind are broken: trans* breastfeeding practices, ungendering body parts, and unsexing parenting roles / A.J. Lowik -- Becoming mother’s nature: a queer son’s perspective on mothering in an era of ecological decline / Michael Young.
In her article "Taking Off the Maternal Lens" (2010), Doucet expands upon her earlier theorizing and has "come to believe that studying fathers’ caregiving through the lens of men and mothering ultimately limits our understandings of fathers’ caring." Although, as Doucet suggests, "fathers are reconfiguring fathering and masculinities and what it means to be a man in the twenty-first century," the stance of this collection affirms there is still substantial insight to be gained from the use of a maternal lens with respect to fathering and masculinities, and to sons, men, mothers, and mothering more generally"-- Provided by publisher..
"Mothers, daughters and mothering have been a longtime focus of research and study in various academic disciplines, and common topics of interest in mainstream press and popular culture, yet the realities and experiences of sons, men, mothers and mothering have been less explored. In her 1980 article "Maternal Thinking" Sara Ruddick theorized, "although some men do, and more men should acquire maternal thinking, their ways of acquisition are necessarily different from ours (women’s)". Feminist scholars during the 1990s and early 2000s, such as Audre Lorde (1993), Robin Morgan (1996), Babette Smith (1995), Robyn Rowland and Alison M. Thomas (1996), and those appearing in Andrea O’Reilly’s 2001 edited collection Mothers and Sons address the role and struggle of mothers raising sons.-.

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