Does Gift Language Elevate Devalued Forms of Motherhood?

Medical Humanities Review 15 (1):2001 (2001)

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Carolyn McLeod
University of Western Ontario
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A review of Transformative Motherhood: On Giving and Getting in a Consumer Culture, edited by L. Layne (NYU Press, 1999).
Keywords motherhood  consumerism  gift language
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