Motherhood misconceived

representing the maternal in U.S. films
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State University of New York Press , Albany, NY
Motherhood -- United States, Motherhood in motion pictures, Sex role in motion pic
StatementHeather Addison, Mary Kate Goodwin-Kelly, and Elaine Roth.
SeriesGlobal Institutions
ContributionsAddison, Heather., Goodwin-Kelly, Mary Kate, 1971-, Roth, Elaine, 1968-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ759 .M8745 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23149879M
ISBN 139781438428116, 9781438428123
LC Control Number2008054157

Motherhood Misconceived explores this widespread cultural fascination with motherhood through analyses of mothers in contemporary U.S. film, including. Motherhood Misconceived explores this widespread cultural fascination with motherhood through analyses of mothers in contemporary U.S.

film, including both mainstream and independent cinematic representations. The contributors draw on a variety of critical approaches to Format: Paperback. Motherhood Misconceived: Representing the Maternal in U.S. Films - Ebook written by Heather Addison, Mary Kate Goodwin-Kelly, Elaine Roth.

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