Consuming Motherhood

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Janelle S. Taylor, Linda L. Layne, Danielle F. Wozniak
Rutgers University Press, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 323 pages
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This work addresses the provocativw question of how motherhood and consumption - as ideologies and as patterns of social action - mutually shape and constitute each other in contemporary life.

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Janelle S. Taylor is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Washington. She is coeditor of Consuming Motherhood (Rutgers University Press).

Linda L. Layne is the Hale Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences and a professor of anthropology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Danielle F. Wozniak, MSW, ACSW, PhD, is an associate professor and BSW Program Director at the University of Montana's School of Social Work. She spent nine years as a social worker and twenty years in clinical research, focusing on domestic violence, motherhood, sexuality, ethnography, and cultural diversity.

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