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Love Warrior - A Memoir (Paperback): Glennon Doyle Melton Love Warrior - A Memoir (Paperback)
Glennon Doyle Melton 1
R307 R235 Discovery Miles 2 350 Save R72 (23%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Sex in the Archives - Writing American Sexual Histories (Paperback): Barry Reay Sex in the Archives - Writing American Sexual Histories (Paperback)
Barry Reay
R420 Discovery Miles 4 200 Within 8 - 15 working days

The archive has assumed a new significance in the history of sex, and this book visits a series of such archives, including the Kinsey Institute's erotic art; gay masturbatory journals in the New York Public Library; the private archive of an amateur pornographer; and one man's lifetime photographic dossier on Baltimore hustlers. Shedding new light on American sexual history, the topics covered are both fascinating and wide-ranging: the art history of homoeroticism; casual sex before hooking-up; transgender; New York queer sex; masturbation; pornography; sex in the city. This book will appeal to a wide readership: those interested in American studies, sexuality studies, contemporary history, the history of sex, psychology, anthropology, sociology, gender studies, queer studies, trans studies, pornography studies, visual studies, museum studies, and media studies. -- .

John Millar and the Scottish Enlightenment - Family Life and World History (Paperback): Nicholas B. Miller John Millar and the Scottish Enlightenment - Family Life and World History (Paperback)
Nicholas B. Miller
R1,646 Discovery Miles 16 460 Within 8 - 15 working days

During the long eighteenth century the moral and socio-political dimensions of family life and gender were hotly debated by intellectuals across Europe. John Millar, a Scottish law professor and philosopher, was a pioneer in making gendered and familial practice a critical parameter of cultural difference. His work was widely disseminated at home and abroad, translated into French and German and closely read by philosophers such as Denis Diderot and Johann Gottfried Herder. Taking Millar's writings as his basis, Nicholas B. Miller explores the role of the family in Scottish Enlightenment political thought and traces its wider resonances across the Enlightenment world. John Millar's organisation of cultural, gendered and social difference into a progressive narrative of authority relations provided the first extended world history of the family. Over five chapters that address the historical and comparative models developed by the thinker, Nicholas B. Miller examines contemporary responses and Enlightenment-era debates on polygamy, matriarchy, the Amazon legend, changes in national character and the possible futures of the family in commercial society. He traces how Enlightenment thinkers developed new standards of evidence and crafted new understandings of historical time in order to tackle the global diversity of family life and gender practice. By reconstituting these theories and discussions, Nicholas B. Miller uncovers hitherto unexplored aspects of the Scottish contribution to European debates on the role of the family in history, society and politics.

Kinky Couture (Paperback): Deborah Gray Kinky Couture (Paperback)
Deborah Gray
R239 R196 Discovery Miles 1 960 Save R43 (18%) Within 7 - 11 working days

A guide to the current sexual revolution - a new kind of revolution in which modern women are not only participating in ever increasing numbers, but many of them are leading the way into a sexy new millennium of feminine-friendly erotica. Kinky Couture will guide you through this revolution - including the latest sex toys, saucy recipes and interviews with erotic divas - on a totally sensual journey into the fresh modern face of sex, woven together with a dash of erotic magic and wickedly kinky style!

Little Girl Lost - The True Story of a Broken Child (Paperback): Mia Marconi Little Girl Lost - The True Story of a Broken Child (Paperback)
Mia Marconi
R114 R80 Discovery Miles 800 Save R34 (30%) Within 8 - 15 working days

The fourth in a series of true short stories from foster carer Mia Marconi. Kira first came to foster carer Mia Marconi's home on respite care when she was three. She had suffered an unimaginable amount of abuse in her short life. Although she couldn't tie her shoe laces, she could smash a room to pieces; she fought against everything like a wild cat. At the age of five Kira moved permanently to live with Mia and her family, but by the time she was nine years old the whole family was at breaking point. Mia is the kind of person who won't give in and believes she can always change things for the better, but try as she might she can't change Kira. So after six years, with a very heavy heart, she is forced to question whether she can really help this lost and damaged child. Raw, shocking and honest, this short story will shed new light on the role of foster carers, revealing the kind of heartbreaking real life situations carers like Mia Marconi are confronted with every day.

Gender and Power in Families (Paperback): Ann C. Miller, Rosine Jozef Perelberg Gender and Power in Families (Paperback)
Ann C. Miller, Rosine Jozef Perelberg
R656 Discovery Miles 6 560 Within 8 - 15 working days

The systems approach to the family is based on the assumptions that there is equality between men and women in the family, and that women and men are treated equally in clinical practice. The contributors to this book challenge these hidden assumptions, discussing the issues from both a conceptual and clinical viewpoint. They argue strongly that questions of gender and power should be central to family therapy training and practice.

Kinship and Social Organisation (Paperback): W. H. R. Rivers Kinship and Social Organisation (Paperback)
W. H. R. Rivers
R703 Discovery Miles 7 030 Within 8 - 15 working days

First published in 1914, W. H. R. Rivers' hugely influential study was the first to effectively demonstrate the close connection between methods of denoting relationship or kinship and forms of social organisation, including those based on different forms of the institution of marriage. He also shows that the terminology of relationship has been rigorously determined by social conditions and that, therefore, systems of relationship furnish us with a most valuable instrument in studying the history of social institutions. This series of lectures was orginally delivered by the author in May 1914, at the London School of Economics. They are based on the experiences of the Percy Sladen Trust Expedition to Melanesia in 1908.

Moral Laboratories - Family Peril and the Struggle for a Good Life (Paperback): Cheryl Mattingly Moral Laboratories - Family Peril and the Struggle for a Good Life (Paperback)
Cheryl Mattingly
R593 R466 Discovery Miles 4 660 Save R127 (21%) Within 8 - 15 working days

"Moral Laboratories" is at once an engaging ethnography and a groundbreaking foray in the anthropology of morality. It takes us on a journey into the lives of African-American families caring for children with serious chronic medical conditions, foregrounding the uncertainty that affects their struggles for a good life. Challenging depictions of moral transformation as only possible in moments of breakdown or in radical breaches from the ordinary, it offers a compelling portrait of the transformative powers embedded in ordinary existence. From soccer fields to dinner tables, the everyday emerges as a potential moral laboratory for reshaping moral life. Mattingly offers vivid and heart-wrenching case stories to elaborate a first person ethical framework, forcefully showing the limits of third-person renderings of morality. In so doing, she deals with a complex history of philosophical and anthropological thinking on ethics in an accessible and immediately relevant way.

Hatchet (Hardcover, Library binding): Gary Paulsen Hatchet (Hardcover, Library binding)
Gary Paulsen
R344 R263 Discovery Miles 2 630 Save R81 (24%) Within 7 - 11 working days

This award-winning contemporary classic is the survival story with which all others are compared--and a page-turning, heart-stopping adventure, recipient of the Newbery Honor. Hatchet has also been nominated as one of America's best-loved novels by PBS's The Great American Read. Thirteen-year-old Brian Robeson, haunted by his secret knowledge of his mother's infidelity, is traveling by single-engine plane to visit his father for the first time since the divorce. When the plane crashes, killing the pilot, the sole survivor is Brian. He is alone in the Canadian wilderness with nothing but his clothing, a tattered windbreaker, and the hatchet his mother had given him as a present. At first consumed by despair and self-pity, Brian slowly learns survival skills--how to make a shelter for himself, how to hunt and fish and forage for food, how to make a fire--and even finds the courage to start over from scratch when a tornado ravages his campsite. When Brian is finally rescued after fifty-four days in the wild, he emerges from his ordeal with new patience and maturity, and a greater understanding of himself and his parents.

Women's work - How mothers manage flexible working in careers and family life (Paperback): Zoe Young Women's work - How mothers manage flexible working in careers and family life (Paperback)
Zoe Young
R568 R531 Discovery Miles 5 310 Save R37 (7%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Drawing on over 100 hours of interview data, this book is the first to go inside women's work and family lives in a year of working flexibly. The private labours of going part-time, job sharing, and home working are brought to life with vivid personal stories. It explores contemporary motherhood, work-life balance, emotional work in families, couples and housework, maternity transitions, interactions with employers, work design and workplace cultures, and employment policies, concluding that there is an opportunity to make employment and family life work better together and offers unique insights from women's lived experiences on how to do it.

Couples' Transitions to Parenthood - Analysing Gender and Work in Europe (Hardcover): Daniela Grunow, Marie Evertsson Couples' Transitions to Parenthood - Analysing Gender and Work in Europe (Hardcover)
Daniela Grunow, Marie Evertsson
R2,444 Discovery Miles 24 440 Within 8 - 15 working days

It is common for European couples living fairly egalitarian lives to adopt a traditional division of labour at the transition to parenthood. Based on in-depth interviews with 334 parents-to-be in eight European countries, this book explores the implications of family policies and gender culture from the perspective of couples who are expecting their first child. Couples' Transitions to Parenthood: Analysing Gender and Work in Europe is the first comparative, qualitative study that explicitly locates couples' parenting ideals and plans in the wider context of national institutions. This unique analysis of transitions to parenthood in contemporary Europe focuses on Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, the Czech Republic and Poland. It explores how parents' agency varies along with policy-culture gaps in their countries and provides evidence of their struggle to adapt to, or resist, socially desired paths and patterns of change. In fact, the ways in which institutional structures limit possible choices and beliefs about motherhood and fatherhood are linked in ways that often go unnoticed by social scientists, policymakers and parents themselves. This cutting-edge book will be of interest to social scientists, political scientists, journalists and policymakers. Parents-to-be will also find value in this analysis of gender in parenthood.

Towards Belonging - Negotiating New Relationships for Adopted Children and Those in Care (Paperback): Andrew Briggs Towards Belonging - Negotiating New Relationships for Adopted Children and Those in Care (Paperback)
Andrew Briggs
R741 Discovery Miles 7 410 Within 8 - 15 working days

This book includes contributions from a wide range of interested observers and practitioners in the field of children in care and adoption, focusing on a core aspect of their emotional well-being and mental health. It focuses in particular on psychoanalytic, systemic and attachment theory approaches to the question of 'belonging': can these children allow themselves to belong to their new families, and also can these new families allow themselves to belong to these children? Highly innovative clinical work with these children in various settings is discussed alongside chapters that provide thought-provoking commentaries from practitioners surveying the often extremely disturbing societal and systemic landscape for the emotional lives of these children. The book is written to be accessible to clinicians, practitioners, researchers, policy advisors and students of all disciplines who have an interest in or brief to work with fostered and adopted children. It is hoped that the book will be used for teaching purposes on courses qualifying professionals across the child development, mental health and social care spectrum.

Mummy's Little Soldier - A Troubled Child. an Absent Mum. a Shocking Secret. (Paperback): Casey Watson Mummy's Little Soldier - A Troubled Child. an Absent Mum. a Shocking Secret. (Paperback)
Casey Watson 1
R218 R148 Discovery Miles 1 480 Save R70 (32%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Casey's Unit is, as ever, full of troubled, disaffected pupils, and new arrival Leo is something of a conundrum. Thirteen year old Leo isn't a bad lad - in fact, he's generally polite and helpful, but he's in danger of permanent exclusion for repeatedly absconding and unauthorised absences. Despite letters being sent home regularly, his mother never turns up for any appointments, and when the school calls home she always seems to have an excuse. Though Casey has her hands full, she offers to intervene for a while, to try get Leo engaged in learning again and remaining in school. The head's sceptical though and warns her that this is Leo's very last chance. But Casey's determined, because there's something about Leo that makes her want to fight his corner, and get to the bottom of whatever it is that compels this enigmatic boy to keep running away. With Leo so resolutely tight-lipped and secretive, Casey knows that if she's going to keep this child in education, she's going to have to get to the bottom of it herself...

Families as We are - Conversations from Around the World (Hardcover, 1st ed): Perdita Huston Families as We are - Conversations from Around the World (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Perdita Huston
R484 R386 Discovery Miles 3 860 Save R98 (20%) Within 7 - 11 working days

A recent speech by Gary Bauer from the conservative Family Research Council decried the decline of traditional family values as "a moral earthquake in our society." But what are "traditional family values?" How are family values - and the realities that shape them--really changing? Are all the changes really for the worse? Seasoned journalist Perdita Huston spent four years responding to these questions by going to the primary source: families themselves.
"Families As We Are" includes interviews with and photographs of families from Brazil to Jordan, Sweden to Thailand. Huston's conversations, often with several family members of different generations, lead her to conclude that while the changes in families "may look like breakdown to those facing backwards, it looks like renovation to those facing the future." In an increasingly complex world, family structures have become more diverse, and often more democratic, but no less strong.
In Egypt, Huston finds an extended family striving to stay together and balance modern and traditional ways as the dire need for jobs threatens to pull them apart. In Bangladesh she discovers a new form of family amid the brothels where poverty and forced urbanization encourage the prostitution of women, who join together to support each other financially and emotionally, creating a safe space where they can raise their children .
"The families herein have been dislocated or exploited by a variety of factors," writes Huston, "their attempts to rebuild, to return to the haven of family, or create another, tell us that the bonds of family--a caring supportive group--are far from weak, or disappearing."
Perdita Huston is a journalist and author of several previous books, including "Motherhood by Choice" and "Third World Women Speak Out." Huston has also worked for a number of international organizations, most recently as director of the Peace Corps program in Bulgaria.
With interviews from:
Brazil
Bulgaria
China
El Salvador
Jordan
Mali
Sweden
Thailand
Uganda
Unted States
and more.

Fetish Girl - A Memoir of Sex, Domination, and Motherhood (Paperback): Bella Lavey Fetish Girl - A Memoir of Sex, Domination, and Motherhood (Paperback)
Bella Lavey
R315 R244 Discovery Miles 2 440 Save R71 (23%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Changing Family Dynamics and Demographic Evolution - The Family Kaleidoscope (Hardcover): Dimitri Mortelmans, Koenraad... Changing Family Dynamics and Demographic Evolution - The Family Kaleidoscope (Hardcover)
Dimitri Mortelmans, Koenraad Matthijs, Elisabeth Alofs, Barbara Segaert
R2,200 Discovery Miles 22 000 Within 8 - 15 working days

Whether considered from an American or a European perspective, the past four decades have seen family life become increasingly complex. Changing Family Dynamics and Demographic Evolution examines the various stages of change through the image of a kaleidoscope, providing new insights into the field of family dynamics and diversity. Contributions from both eminent and contemporary scholars provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary perspective encompassing over five decades and two continents. This is the kaleidoscope, showing the diversity and complexity of contemporary families. Each chapter is a new turn with the built-in mirrors reflecting new insights into the coloured glass and beads. Through this analogy, this book explores family transitions in the US and Europe, gender dimensions of family transitions, children in new families, intersectional approaches of demographic processes and policy perspectives as well as offering thoughts on a future outlook. Unique and accessible, this book will appeal to students and researchers in a variety of fields including demography, the sociology of the family, gender studies and family law. It will also be of value to policy makers for children and families as well as those involved in family social care.

Planning Families in Nepal - Global and Local Projects of Reproduction (Hardcover): Jan Brunson Planning Families in Nepal - Global and Local Projects of Reproduction (Hardcover)
Jan Brunson
R1,835 R1,656 Discovery Miles 16 560 Save R179 (10%) Within 8 - 15 working days

Based on almost a decade of research in the Kathmandu Valley, Planning Families in Nepal offers a compelling account of Hindu Nepali women as they face conflicting global and local ideals regarding family planning. Promoting a two-child norm, global family planning programs have disseminated the slogan, ""A small family is a happy family,"" throughout the global South. Jan Brunson examines how two generations of Hindu Nepali women negotiate this global message of a two-child family and a more local need to produce a son. Brunson explains that while women did not prefer sons to daughters, they recognized that in the dominant patrilocal family system, their daughters would eventually marry and be lost to other households. As a result, despite recent increases in educational and career opportunities for daughters, mothers still hoped for a son who would bring a daughter-in-law into the family and care for his aging parents. Mothers worried about whether their modern, rebellious sons would fulfill their filial duties, but ultimately those sons demonstrated an enduring commitment to living with their aging parents. In the context of rapid social change related to national politics as well as globalization - a constant influx of new music, clothes, gadgets, and even governments - the sons viewed the multigenerational family as a refuge. Throughout Planning Families in Nepal, Brunson raises important questions about the notion of ""planning"" when applied to family formation, arguing that reproduction is better understood as a set of local and global ideals that involve actors with desires and actions with constraints, wrought with delays, stalling, and improvisation.

Life Work with Children Who are Fostered or Adopted - Using Diverse Techniques in a Coordinated Approach (Paperback): Joy Rees Life Work with Children Who are Fostered or Adopted - Using Diverse Techniques in a Coordinated Approach (Paperback)
Joy Rees
R327 Discovery Miles 3 270 Within 8 - 15 working days

This new book from life work expert Joy Rees explains the value of effective and meaningful life work with children who are fostered and adopted, and how best to carry this out. This book will help social work professionals, foster carers and adopters to understand the many aspects of life work and to consider the important contributions they can all make to this task. Life work is about helping children to know and to understand their personal stories and the life experiences that have shaped them. Enabling children to reach their potential and achieve the best possible outcome is the common goal, and this is best achieved by using the collaborative approach to life work advocated in this book

Discovery Series: Human Sexuality (with CourseMate Printed Access Card) (Hardcover, Australia-New Zealand Edition): Janell... Discovery Series: Human Sexuality (with CourseMate Printed Access Card) (Hardcover, Australia-New Zealand Edition)
Janell Carroll
R886 R749 Discovery Miles 7 490 Save R137 (15%) Within 8 - 13 working days

The Cengage Learning DISCOVERY SERIES: HUMAN SEXUALITY is designed to deliver traditional course content in an innovative "hybrid" learning format--instruction presented in a printed handbook paired with integrated online applications and assessments. The program promotes measurable mastery of core course learning objectives by guiding students' active engagement with content delivered through the book, images, video, simulations, and assessments. This contemporary approach to learning seamlessly integrates text and technology, enabling students to easily move from the book's instruction to its online applications for a deeper, lasting understanding of the core psychological concepts, and for assessments that reliably track students' progress and performance.

Mothers and Daughters in Medieval German Literature (Hardcover): Ann Marie Rasmussen Mothers and Daughters in Medieval German Literature (Hardcover)
Ann Marie Rasmussen
R931 Discovery Miles 9 310 Within 7 - 11 working days

Drawing on the themes of current feminist thought, the author explores several examples of German literature and poetry to show how fictional mother-daughter characters played out the contradictions of the social and sexual conflicts in medieval society.

The Simple Guide to Understanding Shame in Children - What it is, What Helps and How to Prevent Further Stress or Trauma... The Simple Guide to Understanding Shame in Children - What it is, What Helps and How to Prevent Further Stress or Trauma (Paperback)
Betsy de de Thierry; Illustrated by Emma Reeves
R195 R162 Discovery Miles 1 620 Save R33 (17%) Within 4 - 8 working days

* What is shame? * How does it affect children? * How can adults help? The perfect starting point for any adult or carer working with children who have experienced shame, this guide provides straightforward answers and explanations to both common and complex questions. At a time when children are more likely than ever to experience shame, the accessible advice in this book helps adults to boost children's self-esteem. Betsy de Thierry navigates the need to understand its impact and the reasons behind it, as well as how to reduce its hold on self-confidence. Reassuring advice will also help revitalize adults' abilities to face the challenges of supporting children affected by shame. It will teach them how to restore self-esteem.

The Social History of the American Family - An Encyclopedia (Hardcover): Marilyn Coleman, Lawrence Ganong The Social History of the American Family - An Encyclopedia (Hardcover)
Marilyn Coleman, Lawrence Ganong
R11,235 R10,045 Discovery Miles 100 450 Save R1,190 (11%) Within 8 - 15 working days

The American family has come a long way from the days of the idealized family portrayed in iconic television shows of the 1950s and 1960s. The four volumes of The Social History of the American Family explore the vital role of the family as the fundamental social unit across the span of American history. Experiences of family life shape so much of an individual's development and identity, yet the patterns of family structure, family life, and family transition vary across time, space, and socioeconomic contexts. Both the definition of who or what counts as family and representations of the "ideal" family have changed over time. Available in both digital and print formats, this carefully balanced academic work chronicles the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of American families from the colonial period to the present. Key themes include families and culture (including mass media), families and religion, families and the economy, families and social issues, families and social stratification and conflict, family structures (including marriage and divorce, gender roles, parenting and children, and mixed and non-modal family forms), and family law and policy. Features: Approximately 600 articles, richly illustrated with historical photographs and color photos in the digital edition, provide historical context for students. A collection of primary source documents demonstrate themes across time. The signed articles, with cross references and Further Readings, are accompanied by a Reader's Guide, Chronology of American Families, Resource Guide, Glossary, and thorough index. The Social History of the American Family is an ideal reference for students and researchers who want to explore political and social debates about the importance of the family and its evolving constructions. Key Themes: Families and Culture Families and Experts Families and Religion Families and Social Change Families and Social Issues/Problems/Crises Families and Social Media Families and Social Stratification/Social Class Families and Technology Families and the Economy Families in America Families in Mass Media Families, Family Life, Social Identities Family Advocates and Organizations Family Law and Family Policy Family Theories History of American Families

When Your Partner Dies (Paperback, New edition): Mary Mortimer When Your Partner Dies (Paperback, New edition)
Mary Mortimer
R190 Discovery Miles 1 900 Within 8 - 15 working days

Here, the author writes from her own experiences of bereavement as well as the experiences of others, to offer a sensitive guide to dealing with bereavement both in your own life and in the lives of others.

Battered, Broken, Healed - A mother separated from her daughter. Only a painful truth can bring them back together (Paperback):... Battered, Broken, Healed - A mother separated from her daughter. Only a painful truth can bring them back together (Paperback)
Maggie Hartley 1
R192 R155 Discovery Miles 1 550 Save R37 (19%) Within 8 - 15 working days

A new challenge faces foster carer Maggie Hartley: this time it's not a child that's at risk, it's her mother. Can Maggie help Hailey to escape her abusive husband, and reunite her with her baby daughter? A heartbreaking true story perfect for fans of Cathy Glass, Casey Watson, Angela Hart and Rosie Lewis. ***** A TRUE STORY BY THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR MAGGIE HARTLEY When six-week-old Jasmine is placed in her care, foster mother Maggie Hartley is delighted to have a baby in the house again. Maggie's been given temporary custody of Jasmine after social services were concerned that the baby was failing to thrive and develop. With Maggie's love and care, Jasmine soon flourishes into a healthy, happy baby - but it is clear that all is not quite as it seems with her mum, Hailey. Timid, pale and withdrawn, Hailey looks as though she is carrying the weight of the world onher shoulders. Maggie fears she may be suffering from postnatal depression until late one night she discovers Hailey on her doorstep, her body battered and broken, her spirit crushed. Hailey admits that her husband has been abusing her for years, but this revelation places Maggie in an awful situation: there's no way Hailey can regain custody of Jasmine until her husband is off the scene. But after years of physical and emotional abuse, can Hailey find the strength to leave him? An uplifting and ultimately redemptive story by Sunday Times bestselling foster carer Maggie Hartley. Perfect for fans of Cathy Glass, Casey Watson, Angela Hart and Rosie Lewis.

The Silent Witness (Paperback): Casey Watson The Silent Witness (Paperback)
Casey Watson 1
R185 R143 Discovery Miles 1 430 Save R42 (23%) Within 7 - 11 working days

`I'm so sorry, Casey,' my link worker John said, sounding weary. `I know this is probably the worst time I could ring you, but we desperately need someone to take a child tonight.' It's the night before Christmas when Casey and Mike get the call. A twelve year old girl, stuck between a rock and a hard place. Her father is on a ventilator, fighting for his life, while her mother is currently on remand in prison. Despite claiming she attacked him in self-defence, she's been charged with his attempted murder. The girl is called Bella, and she's refusing to say anything. The trouble is that she is also the only witness...

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