Good Enough Mothering? Feminist Perspectives on Lone Motherhood

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Index

a
Abbott, P. 177
abortion 41 -2, 44 , 53
Abramovitz, M. 58
adoption:
informal 17 ;
moral pressure 52 , 178 ;
race 12 , 183 -4, 189 , 201 -2
Afro-Caribbean families 150
Afshar, H. 88 -9
agency of women 20 , 31 -2, 207 -9
Alam, S. 81
Alibhai-Brown, Y. 177
Allen, J. 33 , 34 (n1)
Allerbeck, K. 208
Amato, P.R. 172 -3
Angola 91
anti-feminist backlash 203 -7
Argentina, parenting 79
Aries, P. 58
Arshat, H. 82
Australia, parent’s benefit 100

b
Babb, P. 180
baby farming 57 (n4)
baby selling 17
Badinter, E. 43
Bagguley, P. 196
Bales, R. 19
Bangladesh 79 , 81 -2
Banks, L. 67
Barbados, parenting 79 , 80 -1, 83
Barker, M. 187
Barrett, M. 21 , 58 , 149 -50, 154
Bart, P. 33 , 34 (n1)
Bartholomew. R. 123 . 124
bastardy 16 , 44 ;
see also illegitimacy
Beck, U. 207 -8, 208
Beck-Gernsheim, E. 208 , 209
Bell, L. 121
Berger, I. 91
Besson, J. 80 , 88
Beveridge Report 51
Bharat, S. 81
Biffig,M. 180 , 187
birth control 18 , 20 , 40 -1, 53 , 202
birth rates 32 , 193
Björnberg, U. 125
Blaikie, A. 19
Blakeslee, S. 142
Bland, L. 17 , 18
Block, R. 13 , 14 -15
Boris, E. 25
Botswana households 75 (n2)
Bottomley, Virginia 180
Bowlby, J. 28 , 52 , 204
Bozzoli, B. 88
Bradshaw, J. 100 , 101 -2, 106 -7, 115 , 119 , 121 , 126 , 175 , 176 , 182
Brah, A. 180
Brannen, J. 29
Braverman, H. 11
Brazil 61 , 71 , 72
breadwinner 19 , 110 -11
breast-feeding 40 -1
Brice, J. 20 , 23
Brindle, D. 188
Britain:
dependency culture 6 , 8 , 98 ;
family structure 79 , 82 , 83 , 84 -5;
lone mothers 1 , 6 , 114 -15. 125 -7;

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