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Page 636 of Contemporary Psychology Vol. 45, Issue 6 [page]

2000 Contemporary Psychology  
This motif in Justman’s design is developed con- siderably in a chapter dealing with Edward Bernays, a nephew of Freud and Justman’s candidate for the in- ventor and developer of the art of public relations  ...  home and motherhood for them.  ... 

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2019 Feminist Encounters A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics  
Founded in 2017, Feminist Encounters is a journal committed to argument and debate, in the tradition of historical feminist movements.  ...  In the wake of the growing rise of the Right across the world, openly neo-fascist national sentiments, and rising conservative populism, we feminists all over the world are needing to remobilise our energies  ...  Last but not least, thank you to all the authors in this special issue for contributing to the conversations between motherhood and feminism.  ... 
doi:10.20897/femenc/5928 fatcat:wrepujba2fc7dhjwewoplwxnj4

The C-Word: Motherhood, Activism, Art, and Childcare

Kim Dhillon, Andrea Francke
2016 Studies in the Maternal  
We position our work against a context of other creative works (ranging from documentaries, films, art collectives, and animations) that explore experiences of motherhood in relation to the issue of childcare  ...  We examine the intersection of art and activism, and explore how childcare is often considered a dirty word in art.  ...  The examples we explore in this paper illustrate the complexities involved in any critique and development of an infrastructural system of support of motherhood and care labour.  ... 
doi:10.16995/sim.226 fatcat:3nq77ggcwrhsfjofpsd22bp7ty

Raising Africa?: Celebrity and the Rhetoric of the White Saviour

Katherine M. Bell
2013 PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies  
These and other well-known people deploy their fame in/on the continent in a complex admixture of spectacle and branding, using a range of philanthropic models.  ...  Zwick 2006), from the Indiana Jones franchise that began in 1981 with Raiders of the Lost Ark (dir. Spielberg) to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (dir.  ...  I would also like to thank Crispin Thurlow, Ralina Joseph, Manoucheka Celeste and Rebecca Clark for their very helpful feedback on early drafts of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.5130/portal.v10i1.3185 fatcat:qusl3sdogvgc7jy4ohayq6it2i

The Subversive Icon of Pregnancy in Opposition to the Culture of Fear

Suzana Marjanić
2020 Narodna Umjetnost  
Pregnancy (Trudnoća, 1987), inscribes her in the feminist and women's art history of the Yugoslav/Croatian context as the first domestic artist who employed photo-documentation, or photo-performance,  ...  She performed her pregnancy in the manner of a goddess, sexualizing it by means of the Baubo pose.  ...  cited examples confirm that in the realized image of motherhood the pregnant belly can be subversive in the same way that renouncing motherhood is -the role of a non-mother is a threat to the "existing  ... 
doi:10.15176/vol57no109 fatcat:6ggju45zdffxzdwormd63x452y

Parental internet activity and communication through the new media - literature review

Paulina Szymańska
2021 Kwartalnik naukowy Fides et Ratio  
parental role.  ...  Based on the above-mentioned aspects, this article characterizes the process of digitization of motherhood and fatherhood, showing the basic ways and consequences of using the Internet by parents, and  ...  ., & Pop-Eleches, C. (2020). Parental monitoring and children's internet use: The role of information, control, and cues.  ... 
doi:10.34766/fetr.v48i4.976 fatcat:gx6dun5ibfagndeilogm7juadi

Legacies of craft and the centrality of failure in a mother-operated hackerspace

Daniela K Rosner, Sarah E Fox
2016 New Media & Society  
a desire to support women's creative pursuits with the onset of motherhood.  ...  Since 2012, members of a mother-operated hackerspace in the East Bay of San Francisco, California, have countered these narratives, revealing hackerspaces as sites with which to refigure masculine claims  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444816629468 fatcat:v7pq6xfltrax3mqmiop6ud7rem

The Early Postpartum Experience of Previously Infertile Mothers

Sigrid Ladores, Karen Aroian
2015 Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing  
The first interview focused on eliciting descriptions of new motherhood in the early postpartum period after overcoming infertility.  ...  The lived experiences of previously infertile mothers in the early postpartum period have not been previously studied.  ...  Write Up Findings and Submit for Publication Support Facilities / Resources: This study will be conducted at the University of Central Florida College of Nursing (UCF-CON).  ... 
doi:10.1111/1552-6909.12576 pmid:25866019 fatcat:7g7gz2v7kzetpe2fgo7l4awwlq

The Role of Emotion in the Family: Building a Theory

Stephanie Shine, Karen S. Wampler
1998 Contemporary Psychology  
they also analyze the role of meta-emotion in marital stability and dissolution.  ...  The goal of developing a coherent the- ory on the role of emotion in a family’s life is similarly ambitious and challenging.  ... 
doi:10.1037/001685 fatcat:igwkp5cphzfahnuaxxeagfroom

Pop Goes Psychology, or Weaseling Out of a Bad Rap

C. Alan Boneau
2000 Contemporary Psychology  
This motif in Justman’s design is developed con- siderably in a chapter dealing with Edward Bernays, a nephew of Freud and Justman’s candidate for the in- ventor and developer of the art of public relations  ...  home and motherhood for them.  ... 
doi:10.1037/002329 fatcat:xkny5rgbyvhzxkjnmurvszydfi

The Rise of Eating Disorders in Japan: Issues of Culture and Limitations of the Model of ?westernization?

Kathleen M. Pike, Amy Borovoy
2004 Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry  
In this article, we explore two particular dimensions of culture in contemporary Japan: (1) gender development and gender role expectations for females coming of age; and (2) beauty ideals and the role  ...  of weight and shape concerns in the etiology of eating disorders.  ...  However, these programs largely trained women in the arts of being good wives, mothers, and secretaries (McVeigh 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11013-004-1066-6 pmid:15847052 fatcat:uihtjqqbejabnjwqpowinq7pgm

Magic, Shōjo, and Metamorphosis: Magical Girl Anime and the Challenges of Changing Gender Identities in Japanese Society

Kumiko Saito
2014 Journal of Asian Studies  
Three waves in the genre history are outlined, with a focus on how female hero figures reflect the shifting ideas of gender roles in society.  ...  new phase of pop culture challenges established scholarly approaches to studies of the relationship between media and society.  ...  Of course, transgressive gender models in the pop media always have the potential to question and mobilize existing systems, thereby conceptualizing more performative representations of gender.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0021911813001708 fatcat:3quilhnbcvaxrlad2zn7epomyy

Adolescent pregnancy: implications for prevention strategies in educational settings

K D Paget
1988 School psychology review  
Paul, Minnesota, and by the Johns Hopkins University Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Both programs emphasize the distribution of contraceptives.  ...  Over 1 million teenagers become pregnant each year in the U.S. The most alarming increases have occurred among adolescents who are younger than 15 years of age.  ...  The primary components of the program serve young people ages 12 to 21 years and include: (a) social medicine (physical and sexual health), (b) arts (photography, music, theatre, dance, fine arts), and  ... 
pmid:12342622 fatcat:yxu6fzkrqjbodf7kwbcizbqcqa

Adolescent Pregnancy: Implications for Prevention Strategies in Educational Settings

Kathleen D. Paget
1988 School psychology review  
The primary components of the program serve young people ages 12 to 21 years and include: (a) social medicine (physical and sexual health), (b) arts (photography, music, theatre, dance, fine arts), and  ...  Family attitudes and interactions also play an important role in the use or nonuse of contraception.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02796015.1988.12085375 fatcat:loao76wy4zdtzhjoisvqgoj5qm

On Hamlet's Crypt

Viola Kolarov, Susanne Lanckowsky
2011 Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Media Studies  
The sale of Britney's hair highlights the global trajectory of pop art in breakdown mode. The loss of a proper heir to a pop icon is inevitable and of the order of tragedy, our tragedy.  ...  spells out the eventual demise of the latter in the failure of the moral system.  ... 
doi:10.17742/image.crypt.2-1.8 fatcat:fohwmw57kvchdb42fx7e4is3wm
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