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Angela Frederick CV in Brief more. Visibility, respectability, and disengagement: The everyday resistance of mothers with disabilities more.
While much of the stigma literature emphasizes disempowering forms of coping, findings demonstrate these While much of the stigma literature emphasizes disempowering forms of coping, findings demonstrate these mothers frequently employ strategies of everyday resistance to stkdent stigma, including visibility politics, respectability politics, and disengagement.Curious College Couple Fuck Buddies Personal Ads
The author explores how these mothers employ varying combinations of resistance strategies, depending upon the social context and intersecting aspects of their identities. Finally, the author illuminates how stigma demands hidden labor from these mothers, no matter the resistance strategies they choose. Women with disabilities negotiate scientific Motherhood more.
Feminist scholars have been critical of the expectations placed upon mothers to accomplish a perfect version of motherhood, but have often failed to interrogate the values fod normalcy and disability imbedded in modern mothering Feminist scholars have been critical of the expectations placed upon mothers to accomplish a perfect version of motherhood, but have often failed to interrogate the values about normalcy and disability imbedded in femlae mothering ideologies.
Mothers with disabilities are well positioned to expose the underlying beliefs about normalcy with which all mothers must contend.
Illuminating a paradoxI argue these women are labeled " risky mothers " under scientific motherhood, which prizes the management of risk and the prevention of disability. Yet, these mothers are simultaneously rendered invisible by inaccessible and inflexible medical practices, and by a consumer market of expert advice which prescribes that mothers inhabit a typical body.
These women's experiences illuminate the normalcy project Looking for a female Frederick student at utep a central tenet of scientific motherhood. Between Stigma and Mother-Blame: This study examines The ice cream shop girl of discrimination that blind mothers in the USA have experienced at the hands of doctors, nurses and social workers during hospital postnatal care.
The author identifies postnatal care as the time when blind The author identifies postnatal care as the time when blind mothers are likely to face the most stigmatising interactions with medical staff, as it is when scepticism about their competence as mothers is at its height.
The author argues these interactions must be understood within their institutional context in which ideologies of risk and mother-blame are embedded in hospital postnatal FFrederick. Sociology and Qualitative Sociology.
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