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Parenting
Maternal Ambivalence 26th February 2008
Is there something ‘natural’ about motherhood, or do experiences of motherhood vary?

What is maternal ambivalence and is it normal or abnormal? Tina Miller - Reader in Sociology at Oxford Brookes University, and Penelope Leach - Psychologist at the Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Social Issues at Birkbeck College, join Jenni to discuss the subject.

Making Sense of Motherhood : A Narrative Approach by Tina Miller 
ISBN 13 9780521543644
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