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The answers to these and similar questions, suggests social anthropologist
Sheila Kitzinger, herself the mother of five, depend very largely upon the society
in which the woman lives. A great deal of what we glibly call “maternal instinct” is
Sheila Kitzinger. WOMEN AS MOTHERS SHEILA KITZINCER RANDOM HOUSE
NEW YORK First American Edition Copyright © 1978 by Sheila Kitzinger All.
Sheila Kitzinger. First American Edition Copyright © 1978 by Sheila Kitzinger All
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Publication Data Kitzinger, Sheila. Women as mothers. Includes index. 1.
Mothers. I. Title.
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A leading social anthropologist examines what being a mother means to a woman as a person, using examples from societies all over the world, and concludes that a great deal of what we call "maternal ... Read full review
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