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Mommy angst : motherhood in American popular culture / edited by Ann C. Hall and Mardia J. Bishop
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, c2009
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HQ759 .M848 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Motherhood -- United States
Mothers -- United States
Stereotypes (Social psychology)
Physical Description xvii, 234 p. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Media morality tales and the politics of motherhood / Katherine N. Kinnick -- The motherless "Disney princess": marketing mothers out of the picture / Marjorie Worthington -- Motherhood, memory, and Mambo: the case of the missing Cuban American mother in contemporary America popular culture / Manuel Martínez -- Of mamothers and behemothers-in-law: toward a twenty-first-century bestiary / Craig N. Owens -- Killer instincts: motherhood and violence in The long kiss goodnight and Kill Bill / Angela Dancey -- Hip mamas: Gilmore girls and Ariel Gore / Robin Silbergleid -- Running the home, house, and senate: political moms Pelosi, Clinton, and Palin / Ann C. Hall -- The mommy lift: cutting mothers down to size / Mardia Bishop -- The bioethics of designing "disabled" babies / Alina Bennett -- "Real" motherhood: changing perceptions of adoption in American history / Kathleen L. Riley -- / Dennis Hall -- Jewish mothers: types, stereotypes, and countertypes / Jessica Prinz
Alternate Author Hall, Ann C., 1959-
Bishop, Mardia

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