Sociology of Motherhood

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Lambert M. Surhone Sociology of Motherhood
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The sociology of motherhood is a sub branch of sociology which studies gender role in society, with particular reference to the parental role of the mother. In many cultures, especially traditional western, a mother is usually the wife in a married couple. Her role in the family is celebrated on Mother's Day. Anna Reeves Jarvis was a woman who originally organized Mother's Work Day's protesting the lack of cleanliness and sanitation in the work place. Anna died in 1905 and her daughter created a National Mother's Day to honor her mother. Mothers frequently have a very important role in raising offspring and the title can be given to a non-biological mother that fills this role. This is common in stepmothers (female married to biological father). In most family structures the mother is both a biological parent and a primary caregiver.


Editor Lambert M. Surhone

Editor Miriam T. Timpledon

Editor Susan F. Marseken

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GTIN 9786131108372

Pages 132

Product type Paperback

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