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Maternal studies seek to critically investigate, and provide a theoretical framework to, the variety of perspectives on mothering. Pivotal to this study is the belief that mothering is a set of socially constructed activities and relationships which are positioned and contextualised within social, historical and cultural frameworks. Notions of mothering and gender are also closely intertwined and the work of successive feminist scholars across diverse societies have been to utilise gender as andoi:10.16995/sim.162 fatcat:ubktkh4lofbh5k23ddhvz4bsxy