volume 41, issue 2, P347-360 1993
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1993.tb00069.x
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Abstract: Abstract Despite the feminist critique of the assumptions implicit in the ideology of motherhood, relatively little empirical work has been done on women's own experience of this role. This research note uses data from a small scale intensive study of 51 married or cohabiting mothers aged 20‐42 years old, whose oldest child was 15 years old, and who were randomly selected from medical records in a lower middle class area of North London. Building on Boulton's (1983) conceptualization, it differentiates betwee…

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