Challenges current thinking about welfare mothers by relating motherwork to subsistence work and by providing first-hand accounts of poor mothers marginalized by racial and economic factors.aquot;We Are All Grandmother-Mothers, Because Even Though They Are Grandkids They Are Like Kids because We Have to ... In an essay called aquot;My Life as a Grandmom, aquot; she writes: aquot;My life as a grandmom is a very hard life because when youanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Poverty of Life-affirming Work|
|Author||:||Mechthild Ursula Hart|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2002|