Family, Gender and Kinship in Australia: The Social and Cultural Logic of Practice and Subjectivity
This book is intended as an ethnographic report into kinship, family and gender practices; as a critical exposition of the current social scientific understanding of such practices; and as a theoretical and methodological treatise on practice.
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adults analysis arrangement aspects Australian Family Bourdieu breastfeeding cent chapter child cognitive conﬂict construction contexts couple deﬁned distinction division of labour domestic domain dominant fraction doxic economic elite emerged example fact facto families of origin family households family practices father female feminine Fergie ﬁeld of kinship ﬁeldwork ﬁgures ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁrst Game and Pringle gender gender order gender style gendered division genderedness grandparents habitus heterodox homology homosexual homosexual family identiﬁed image schema increase informants intemalized kinship and family kinship terminology labour market labour power Lakoff larrikin living logic male Margaret marriage married masculine masculine domination metaphor mother networks Newcastle normally Novocastrians nuclear family nuclear-family household one’s organized parenthood parents participation person perspective prototypical family realized category reﬂect Reiger relatedness relations relationships role Ruth sexual signiﬁcant Signiﬁcantly single-parent families Snooks social agents social capital social structure society speciﬁc Vaus Wolcott woman women workers working-class young