Perhaps imagining a child to come ? commentary on "motherhood along three generations of brazilian mothers: what has changed ?
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Journal of Integrated Social Sciences, California Lutheran University, 2013/3/1/85-91
In this commentary of “</i>Motherhood along three generations of Brazilian mothers: what has changed?</i>” (see this present issue of JISS), I first highlight the qualities of the paper as attempt to capture various levels of temporality in a developmental perspective. However, the description proposed by the authors seems rather dystopian. Drawing on a research on naming practices, I suggest that an analysis that would account for different spheres of experience of these women, as well as their processes of imagination, might bring to alternative interpretations.
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