Being and Doing Sister: Femininity as Power among Sistering Relations
by Teseletso, Tshephiso
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Siblings share a common family experience, they live close to each other and share a common set of cultural expectations regarding appropriate conduct between them. It is within the family where girls learn their role and begin interacting in a nurturing, supportive and intimate manner. Early interaction for females in their families might be important for the emergence of a strong sistering relationship that can last throughout adulthood. In this book, women construct their relationships with their sisters, what these constructions say about what it means to be a woman and how these women's individual experiences might help us to understand their emotional investments in these particular discursive constructions of sistering.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Tshephiso Teseletso writes extensively and passionately about issues of social impact. She is an avid reader, scholar, and writer with interest in psychological, psychiatric and socio-economic understanding and solutions to the wide range of issues that encompass our everyday human living, interaction and advancement.
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23 September 2019
0.275 x 0.187 x 0.006 m;