Mothers, Mothering, and Sport: Experiences, Representations, Resistances

Mothers, Mothering, and Sport: Experiences, Representations, Resistances

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Overview

Mothers and mothering have been a longtime focus of research and study in various academic disciplines, and common topics of interest in mainstream press and popular culture, yet the experiences of mothers and mothering in the area of sport have been less explored. This innovative, interdisciplinary collection provides a space for exploration of the complex dimensions of intersections between mothers, mothering, and sport, as athletes, players, participants, parents and discursive figures. Topics discussed are wide-ranging, from motherwork in sport, mothers as athletes, the athlete mother in sports, representations and expectations of motherhood and health, legal regulation of sports and parenting, as well as sexuality and gender in sports and gaming.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781772581959
Publisher: Demeter Press
Publication date: 09/01/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Judy E. Battaglia is a Clinical Professor of Communication Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles where she teaches classes in Rhetorical Methodology and Criticism, Gender Communication, Sports Communication and Theatre. She is also a primary Faculty Advisor. Her research interests include but are not limited to performance theory, post-structuralist analysis, feminist theory, close-textual analysis, pop culture, psychoanalysis and cultural studies and critical biography. She has published several academic pieces on motherhood.
Rebecca Bromwich is a mom to four kids in competitive sports, as well as being a lawyer, legal academic, and activist. She lives in Ottawa, Ontario, where she is a faculty member at Carleton University's Department of Law and Legal Studies as well as serving as an Assistant Crown Attorney. Rebecca has co-edited and authored several Demeter Press collections and a monograph, as well as legal textbooks.
Pamela Morgan Redela is a mother of two, a wife, and friend to many feminist co-conspirators. She holds a B.A., M.A., and PhD in Spanish Language, Literature and Culture and teaches in the Women’s Studies Department of California State University, San Marcos. Her research focuses gender roles and feminist activism, Ecofeminism, and intersectional feminist analysis of women's issues globally. Her writings have been published in Ms. Magazine (Winter, 2011) and the Demeter Press anthologies Feminist Parenting (2016) and Stay-at-home Mothers: Dialogues and Debates (2014).

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