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245 04 The migrant maternal :|b"birthing" new lives abroad /
       |cedited by Anna Kuroczycka Schultes and Helen 
264  1 BRADFORD :|bDEMETER Press,|c2016. 
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505 0  Cover; Copyright; Title Page; Dedication; Table of 
       Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; I. Mothering in 
       a Foreign Land I; 1. Reproducing Punjabiyat; 2. From Mama 
       Africa to Papatūānuku:; 3. Mother Tongue as the Language 
       of Mothering and Homing Practice in Betty Quan's Mother 
       Tongue and Hiromi Goto's Chorus of Mushrooms; 4. Perinatal
       Care for Immigrants in the Netherlands; 5. Motherhood and 
       Unemployment; 6. Mothering at the Margins of Health; 7. 
       Changing Places, Changing Bodies; I. Mothering in a 
       Foreign Land II 
505 8  8. An Immigrant Mother's "Revolt against Silence" in 
       Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying9. Isolation and 
       Negotiation; 10. Foreign Mothers, Native Children; 11. 
       Mothering Duties Come First; 12. The Extraordinariness of 
       Ordinary Immigrant Mothers in Jhumpa Lahiri's Writings; 
       13. Attaining a Balance between Showing Sensitivity to 
       Local Norms and Upholding the Values of the Country of 
       Origin; 14. Intercultural Upbringing; Conclusion; About 
       the Contributors 
520    This edited volume explores how and why immigrant/refugee 
       mothers' experiences differ due to the challenges posed by
       the migration process, but also what commonalities 
       underline immigrant/refugee mothers' lived experiences. 
       This book will add to the field of women's studies the 
       much-needed discussion of how immigrant and refugee 
       mothers' lives are dependent on cultural, environmental 
       and socio-economic circumstances. The collection offers 
       multiple perspectives on migrant mothering by including 
       ethnographic and theoretical submissions along with 
       mothers' personal narratives and literary analyse. 
650  0 Motherhood|0
       sh85087522|xSocial aspects.|0
650  0 Mothers|0
       |xSocial conditions.|0
650  0 Women refugees|0
       sh85147697|xSocial conditions.|0
650  0 Women immigrants|0
       sh85147549|xSocial conditions.|0
650  0 Mother and child.|0
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