Single Mothers By Choice

Author : Jane Mattes, L.C.S.W.
ISBN : 9780307831316
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 72.32 MB
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The first handbook for the rapidly growing number of American women choosing single motherhood, written by the director of the national organization, Single Mothers by Choice.
Category: Family & Relationships

Single By Chance Mothers By Choice

Author : Rosanna Hertz
ISBN : 9780195341409
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 24.41 MB
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The remarkable number of women taking the daunting step of having children outside of marriage is explored in this account of this fast-growing phenomenon, revealing why middle-class women have taken an unorthodox approach to parenthood and how they are making it work.
Category: Family & Relationships

Single Mothers By Choice

Author : Shannon Fill
ISBN : OCLC:50316258
Genre : Single mothers
File Size : 62.37 MB
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Category: Single mothers

Going Solo

Author : Jean Renvoizé
ISBN : UOM:39015016137518
Genre : Choice (Psychology)
File Size : 49.39 MB
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Category: Choice (Psychology)

Single Mothers By Choice

Author : Carolyn Wright
ISBN : 4271117641
Genre : Single mothers
File Size : 83.68 MB
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Category: Single mothers

Before You Were Born My Wish For A Baby

Author : Janice Grimes
ISBN : 097734410X
Genre :
File Size : 54.76 MB
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Books for children conceived by alternative means. These books are written in age-approriate loving language and tell the story of how a child came to be. This version is for Single Mothers By Choice who conceived a child using donor sperm insemination. The words sperm and egg are not used in the book. The term donor is used. There is no reference to a father.

When Baby Makes Two

Author : Jane Storesifer
ISBN : 1565653467
Genre : Mother and child
File Size : 43.14 MB
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Information on the emotional, economic and legal issues of single motherhood
Category: Mother and child

Autonomous Motherhood

Author : Susan B. Boyd
ISBN : 9781442626454
Genre : Single mothers
File Size : 81.6 MB
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Since the end of the Second World War, increasing numbers of women have decided to become mothers without intending the biological father or a partner to participate in parenting. Many conceive via donor insemination or adopt; others become pregnant after a brief sexual relationship and decide to parent alone. Using a feminist socio-legal framework, Autonomous Motherhood? probes fundamental assumptions within the law about the nature of family and parenting. Drawing on a range of empirical evidence, including legislative history, case studies, and interviews with single mothers, the authors conclude that while women may now have the economic and social freedom to parent alone, they must still negotiate a socio-legal framework that suggests their choice goes against the interests of society, fatherhood, and children.
Category: Single mothers