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Care Ethics and Art

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Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000471357
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What would it mean to substitute care for economics as the central concern of politics? This anthology invites analysis, reflections and speculations on how contemporary artists and creative practitioners engage with, interpret, and enact care in practices which might forge an alternative ethics in the age of neoliberalism. Interdisciplinary and innovative, it brings together contributions from artists, researchers and practitioners who creatively consider how care can be practised in a range of contexts, including environmental ethics, progressive pedagogies, cultures of work, alternative economic models, death literacy advocacy, parenting and mothering, deep listening, mental health, disability and craftivism. Care Ethics and Art contributes new modes of understanding these fields, together with practical solutions and models of practice, while also offering new ways to think about recent contemporary art and its social function. The book will benefit scholars and postgraduate research students in the fields of art, art history and theory, visual cultures, philosophy and gender studies, as well as creative and arts practitioners.

The Bloomsbury Companion to Contemporary Peircean Semiotics

The Bloomsbury Companion to Contemporary Peircean Semiotics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tony Jappy
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
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This book considers the work and influence of Charles Sanders Peirce, showing how the concepts and ideas he developed continue to impact and shape contemporary research issues. Written by a team of leading international scholars of semiotics, linguistics and philosophy, this Companion examines the growing impact of Peirce's thought and semiotic theories on a range of different fields. Discussing topics such as narrative, architecture, design, aesthetics and linguistics, the book furthers understanding of the contemporary pertinence of Peircean concepts in theoretical and empirical fashion. The Bloomsbury Companion to Contemporary Peircean Semiotics is the definitive guide to the enduring legacy of one of the world's greatest semioticians.

Critical Global Semiotics

Critical Global Semiotics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Maureen Ellis
Editor: Routledge
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Critical Global Semiotics: Understanding Sustainable Transformational Citizenship incorporates powerful unifying frameworks which make explicit a developing global consciousness. It explores transdisciplinary ‘common wealth’ through focus on multimodality, media, and metaphor, testing two universally applicable humanitarian frameworks: critical realism (CR) and systemic functional semiotics (SFS). Every day, global citizens encounter an overwhelming host of genres and sub-genres, emergent semantic triangles, evolving semiotic trinity. Embodying philosophy, incorporating active engagement, this book addresses the political economy and cultural politics of diverse domains. Challenging daily drama and performative dharma, 24 analysts from 13 countries present current issues in Anthropology, Architecture, Dance, Feminism, Film, Health, Law, Management, Medicine, Music, Politics, Pharmaceuticals, Sociology, Sustainability Education, and Urban Development. The book’s integrative, unifying foundations will be of interest to researchers, academics, and post-graduate students in the fields of linguistics, semiotics, and critical realist philosophy, as well as to policy makers, curriculum developers, and civil society.

Handbook of Cognitive Archaeology

Handbook of Cognitive Archaeology Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tracy B. Henley,Matt J. Rossano,Edward P. Kardas
Editor: Routledge
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Handbook of Cognitive Archaeology by Tracy B. Henley,Matt J. Rossano,Edward P. Kardas Summary

The remains that archaeologists uncover reveal ancient minds at work as much as ancient hands, and for decades many have sought a better way of understanding those minds. This understanding is at the forefront of cognitive archaeology, a discipline that believes that a greater application of psychological theory to archaeology will further our understanding of the evolution of the human mind. Bringing together a diverse range of experts including archaeologists, psychologists, anthropologists, biologists, psychiatrists, neuroscientists, historians, and philosophers, in one comprehensive volume, this accessible and illuminating book is an important resource for students and researchers exploring how the application of cognitive archaeology can significantly and meaningfully deepen their knowledge of early and ancient humans. This seminal volume opens the field of cognitive archaeology to scholars across the behavioral sciences.

Men, Masculinities, and Earth

Men, Masculinities, and Earth Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul M. Pulé,Martin Hultman
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Men, Masculinities, and Earth by Paul M. Pulé,Martin Hultman Summary

This book considers issues of social and ecological significance through a masculinities lens. Earth – our home for aeons – is reeling. The atmosphere is heating up, causing reefs to bleach, fisheries to collapse, regions to flood and dry, vast tracts to burn, the polar ice caps to melt, ancient glaciers to retreat, biodiversity to decline exacerbated by the sixth great extinction, and more. Meanwhile, social and economic disparities are widening. Pandemics are cauterising glocal communities and altering our social mores. Nationalism is feeding divisiveness and hate, especially through men’s violence. Politically extreme individuals and groups are exalting freedom while scapegoating the marginalised. Such are the symptoms of an emerging (m)Anthropocene. This anthology contends with these alarming trends, pointing our attention towards their gendered origins. Building on our monograph Ecological Masculinities: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Guidance (2018), this collection of essays is framed as a dinner party conversation grouped into six discursive themes. Their views reflect a growing community of practice, whose combined efforts capture the most recent perspectives on masculine ecologisation. Together, they aim to help create a more caring world for all, moving the ecological masculinities conversation forward as it becomes an established, international, and pluralised field of study.

Counseling and Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transition

Counseling and Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transition Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Laura Nota,Salvatore Soresi
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Counseling and Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transition explores how threats and challenges caused by rapid social and technological changes require counselors and coaches to rethink their usual ways of working, and, in some cases, even abandon their traditional theoretical anchors. The authors of this forward-thinking book argue that practitioners who aim to help others strengthen their resources can no longer afford to wait for clients in their offices or offer them protected, objective and neutral professional relationships. Contributors from around the world argue that there is a real need for new counseling and coaching actions to be delivered in different contexts: counselors and coaches should be able to use heterogeneous languages and interventions, as well as numerous relationship modalities and activities in order to streamline the support that they offer to people in sectors as diverse as health and well-being, life and career design, prevention and community inclusion, work inclusion, and schools. The book provides an evidence-based framework, with numerous counseling and coaching examples that are capable of promoting people’s strengths, whether this be face-to-face, in groups, or online. This book will appeal to academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of counseling and coaching, as well as those with an interest in psychological, social and educational science. It should also be essential reading for practitioners and policymakers in a diverse range of contexts, including those working on intervention and support for vulnerable people, non-traditional and disadvantaged students, and people with disabilities.

The Gift of Languages

The Gift of Languages Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Fabrice Jaumont,Kathleen Stein-Smith
Editor: TBR Books
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The Gift of Languages by Fabrice Jaumont,Kathleen Stein-Smith Summary

The emergence of newer international standards and the focus on STEM education are transforming entire educational sectors. Yet, as schools focus more attention to developing global competencies and 21st century skills in their pedagogy, it has become critical to re-engage educators and school communities with the goals of language education, multilingualism, and multiliteracy while promoting interconnectedness, empathy, and mutual comprehension among our youth. With this in mind, it is important to understand the potential of multilingual education as it can serve our societies’ new expectations, and provide the right tools for success to our younger generations. The Gift of Languages: Paradigm Shift In U.S. Foreign Language Education explores the many advantages of multilingual education and sets the stage for a new paradigm in our approach to teaching and learning languages. The book touches on the issue of foreign language deficit in the United States and the changes that need to occur in our schools to better serve our children and our linguistic communities. The book also explores the growth of dual-language education in recent years and explores the connection between both multilingual programming and solving the United States’ foreign language problem. The discussion on language education in the United States has never been neutral; moreover, it has traditionally provided substantive direction and exerted significant authority over educational policy. Yet, this debate needs to move towards viewing multilingual education as an essential approach for our society, and as something that should be prevalent among educational policymakers. The audience for this book includes educators, language teachers, school leaders, school boards, program directors, scholars, and policy makers particularly if they want to join forces in building the future of education and investing in the multilingual capital of our nation. This book is part of The Bilingual Revolution Series. Praises We are at a critical point in our nation in which we can continue to hold on to our monolingual past, or embrace a multilingual and more inclusive future. The Gift of Languages helps us prepare and understand the necessary paradigm shift to adopt and implement a multilingual curriculum and mindset in our schools and communities. Co-authored by two pioneers and experienced experts in the bi- and multilingual education space, the book is a must read for educators, policy makers, community leaders, students, and interested parents who want to make meaningful changes now. – Andrew H. Clark, Ph.D. Chair, Dept. of Modern Languages & Literatures, Fordham University The Gift of Languages should awaken all Americans, especially the policy makers, for the need to raise future generations of multilingual citizens to compete and thrive in our global community. One of our founding fathers and presidents, Thomas Jefferson, spoke to and acted upon the need for teaching languages when he founded the University of Virginia; as a nation, we have not lived up to his words and actions. Let us remind ourselves that we started out a linguistically and culturally diverse group of peoples that came together to build a strong nation over the years. Linguistic diversity is the gift that our nation needs to give itself! – Francesco L. Fratto President, The Foreign Language Association of Chairpersons and Supervisors “Mastering languages is essential for communicating with and understanding others, respecting each other, and appreciating our heritages and our roots. The Gift of Languages offers an invaluable toolbox for policy makers, educators, families and students who are already working in the field of language and those who hope to create the kind of paradigm shift that the authors advocate. The book provides cogent arguments in favor of expanded language learning at all levels, and especially argues in favor of expanding the breadth and variety of multilingual educational opportunities already spreading in public school systems from Utah to Louisiana to New York and beyond. The authors cite examples of the “Bilingual Revolution” already underway and provide the kinds of arguments and examples that resonate for educators and drive policy towards furthering the way we value language education in the United States. The book is indispensable for anyone interested in the future of foreign language education.” – Jane F. Ross, Ph.D. President and Founder, French Heritage Language Program Over 60% of people on the planet are bilingual or multilingual — which suggests that this is the norm for human beings — and multiple studies demonstrate the cognitive, social, political, and financial benefits of bilingualism. Yet in the United States, we regularly hear news stories about people being shamed, bullied, and sometimes violently harmed for speaking other languages, even when they also speak English. Accessibly written, this book offers detailed arguments for both why and how the nation should embrace and promote linguistic diversity. Options for adults are expertly addressed, yet the authors invest even greater passion and detail in promoting early educational programs in which no child is left monolingual. I can think of no better way to shift our nation’s view of itself from “English Only” to “English Plus” and create a more inclusive society. We need a roadmap, and this book clearly lays out the territory and possible trajectories as it motivates us to make the journey. – Kimberly J. Potowski, Ph.D. Professor in the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago About the Authors Fabrice Jaumont is the author of The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages (TBR Books, 2017), which provides inspirational vignettes and practical advice for parents and educators who want to create a dual-language program in their own school. He has also published several books and articles on philanthropy, higher education, heritage languages, cinema, and the arts. Fabrice Jaumont is Education Attaché for the Embassy of France to the United States, a Program Director for FACE Foundation in New York, and the founder of New York in French. He is also a Senior Fellow at Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme in Paris. Fabrice Jaumont holds a Ph.D. in Comparative and International Education from New York University. For more information, visit the author’s blog: Kathleen Stein-Smith is the author of The U.S. Foreign Language Deficit: Strategies for Maintaining a Competitive Edge in a Globalized World (Palgrave-MacMillan, 2016), The U.S. Foreign Language Deficit and How It Can Be Effectively Addressed in the Globalized World: A Bibliographic Essay (Edwin Mellen Press, 2013), and The U.S. Foreign Language Deficit and Our Economic and National Security: A Bibliographic Essay on the U.S. Language Paradox. (Edwin Mellen Press, 2013). Kathleen Stein-Smith is Associate University Librarian at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Chair of the American Association of Teachers of French Commission on Advocacy, and member of the American Translators Association Education & Pedagogy Committee. She has taught foreign languages at high school and college level, taught adult learners, delivered TEDx talk on the U.S. foreign language deficit. She holds a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Union Institute & University. For more information, visit the author’s blog:

The 5 Love Languages

The 5 Love Languages Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gary Chapman
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 0802492401
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Over 20 million copies sold! A perennial New York Times bestseller for over a decade! Falling in love is easy. Staying in love—that’s the challenge. How can you keep your relationship fresh and growing amid the demands, conflicts, and just plain boredom of everyday life? In the #1 New York Times international bestseller The 5 Love Languages, you’ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide. Whether your relationship is flourishing or failing, Dr. Gary Chapman’s proven approach to showing and receiving love will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with your partner—starting today. The 5 Love Languages is as practical as it is insightful. Updated to reflect the complexities of relationships today, this new edition reveals intrinsic truths and applies relevant, actionable wisdom in ways that work. Includes the Couple's Personal Profile assessment so you can discover your love language and that of your loved one.

Unwrapping the Gift of Mercy

Unwrapping the Gift of Mercy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Bennett
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1973606828
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Unwrapping the Gift of Mercy by David Bennett Summary

As an internationally gifted speaker and author, David Bennett explains how God uses believers with the Gift of Mercy to benefit the Body of Christ. Using Biblical characters, great historical men of faith, and contemporary real-life people, David opens the heart and soul of Christians spiritually endowed with the Motivational Gift of Mercy. Beginning with Scripture, David defines and demonstrates the Gift of Mercy as it plays out in real life Christianity. Gleaning from the personal lives of past and present saints, David details how the believer with this Gift can be characterized, identified, motivated, and used in the Church of Jesus Christ today. David believes that for the body of Christ to function successfully each member must recognize his divine purpose and function for the health and growth of the body, and carry out his intended objectives and responsibilities in the power of the Spirit.

Gift of Beauty, The

Gift of Beauty, The Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Stephen David Ross
Editor: SUNY Press
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Gift of Beauty, The by Stephen David Ross Summary

Traces the history of the idea of art as an ethical movement, interpreting the good as nature's abundance, giving rise to an ethics of inclusion, expressed in art.

The Gift in Antiquity

The Gift in Antiquity Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Satlow
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118517903
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The Gift in Antiquity presents a collection of 14 originalessays that apply French sociologist Marcel Mauss’s notion ofgift-giving to the study of antiquity. • Features a collection of original essays that coversuch wide-ranging topics as vows in the Hebrew Bible; ancient Greekwedding gifts; Hellenistic civic practices; Latin literature; Romanand Jewish burial practices; and Jewish and Christian religiousgifts • Organizes essays around theoretical concerns ratherthan chronologically • Generates unique insights into gift-giving andreciprocity in antiquity • Takes an explicitly cross-cultural approach to thestudy of ancient history

The Heart of Praise

The Heart of Praise Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jack Hayford
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441268219
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Caution: Praising and worshipping God through the Psalms has the power to change lives. In this collection of praise reflections, Jack Hayford encourages us to welcome the King of heaven into our daily lives with the power to change us in the process. Get ready to be blessed as you lift up your heart and voice to worship God. Start with a key verse from the Psalms, learn from Hayford's insights and applications, and then offer a praise prayer. If you long to praise God in a deeper, more intimate way, you need look no further than these short readings intended for use as a personal devotional or for special times with family or others.

Economia del dono materno

Economia del dono materno Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Genevieve Vaughan
ISBN: 8832823411
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L’autrice cerca di comprendere l’oppressione delle donne assieme all’oppressione economica di tutti, e ne rintraccia lo spartiacque non partendo dal capitalismo, ma già dallo scambio quid pro quo, in quanto funzionante con una logica opposta a quella di un’economia gratuita, più fondamentale ma nascosta. È all’economia originale del dono materno che Vaughan ricorre per offrire un’alternativa all’economia di mercato capitalista-patriarcale. Le iniziative che non la riconoscono corrono il rischio di ripetere sempre gli stessi schemi e lo stesso sfruttamento. Non è possibile realizzare una società nuova senza riconoscere le ragioni di questo problema millenario. L’autrice propone un cambiamento di paradigma radicale per poter ricominciare da capo: riconoscerci come homo donans anziché come homo sapiens o come homo oeconomicus.

The Power of Language and Rhetoric in Russian Political History

The Power of Language and Rhetoric in Russian Political History Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Richard S. Wortman
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
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The Power of Language and Rhetoric in Russian Political History by Richard S. Wortman Summary

This book examines the rhetorical force of certain key words in the discourses of Russian state, political thought, and literature. It shows how terms for cultured conduct (kul'turnost'), political affection (love, liubov', joy-radost' etc.), personhood (lichnost'), truth (pravda) and geographical integrity (tsel'nost') assumed almost sacral meaning. It considers how these terms took on a life of their own, imposing the designs of the Russian state and defining the hopes of educated society in the process. By exploring the usage of these words in a wide range of texts, Richard Wortman provides glimpses into the ideas and feelings of leading figures and thinkers in Russian history, from Peter the Great to Alexander Herzen and Nicholas Berdiaev, as well as writers like Mikhail Lermontov, Ivan Turgenev, and Fedor Dostoevsky, giving a sense of the intellectual and emotional universe they inhabited. The Power of Language and Rhetoric in Russian Political History provides both students and scholars with a specific focus through which to approach Russian culture and history. This book is essential reading for students of Russian government, thought, literature and political action.

Drama and English at the Heart of the Curriculum

Drama and English at the Heart of the Curriculum Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Joe Winston
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136600418
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Drama and English at the Heart of the Curriculum by Joe Winston Summary

Written specifically for primary teachers and trainees who wish to develop their teaching skills in English and drama, this book offers practical guidance on model drama and English teaching techniques, approaches to assessment, and examples of cross-curricular links. Teachers and students will benefit from the wide range of techniques covered in this book.

Marion and Derrida on The Gift and Desire: Debating the Generosity of Things

Marion and Derrida on The Gift and Desire: Debating the Generosity of Things Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jason Alvis
Editor: Springer
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Marion and Derrida on The Gift and Desire: Debating the Generosity of Things by Jason Alvis Summary

This book examines the various encounters between Jean-Luc Marion and Jacques Derrida on “the gift,” considers their many differences on “desire,” and demonstrates how these topics hold the keys to some of phenomenology’s most pressing structural questions, especially regarding “deconstructive” approaches within the field. The book claims that the topic of desire is a central lynchpin to understanding the two thinkers’ conflict over the gift, for the gift is reducible to the “desire to give,” which initiates a turn to the topic of “generosity.” To what degree might loving also imply giving? How far might it be suggested that love is reducible to desire and intentionality? It is demonstrated how Derrida (the generative “father” of deconstruction) rejects the possibility of any potential relation between the gift and desire on the account that desire is bound to calculative repetition, economical appropriation, and subject-centered interests that hinder deconstruction. Whereas Marion (a representative of the phenomenological tradition) demands a unique union between the gift and desire, which are both represented in his “reduction to givenness” and “erotic reduction.” The book is the first extensive attempt to contextualize the stark differences between Marion and Derrida within the phenomenological legacy (Husserl, Heidegger, Kant), supplies readers with in-depth accounts of the topics of the gift, love, and desire, and demonstrates another means through which the appearing of phenomena might be understood, namely, according to the generosity of things.

Receiving the Gift of Friendship

Receiving the Gift of Friendship Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hans S. Reinders
Editor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
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Does what we are capable of doing define us as human beings? If this basic anthropological assumption is true, where can that leave those with intellectual disabilities, unable to accomplish the things that we propose give us our very humanity? Hans Reinders here makes an unusual claim about unusual people: those who are profoundly disabled are people just like the rest of us. He acknowledges that, at first glance, this is not an unusual claim given the steps taken within the last few decades to bring the rights of those with disabilities into line with the rights of the mainstream. But, he argues, that cannot be the end of the matter, because the disabled are human beings before they are citizens. "To live a human life properly," he says, "they must not only be included in our institutions and have access to our public spaces; they must also be included in other people's lives, not just by natural necessity but by choice." Receiving the Gift of Friendship consists of three parts: (1) Profound Disability, (2) Theology, and (3) Ethics. Overturning the "commonsense" view of human beings, Reinders's argument for a paradigm shift in our relation to people with disabilities is founded on a groundbreaking philosophical-theological consideration of humanity and of our basic human commonality. Moreover, Reinders gives his study human vividness and warmth with stories of the profoundly disabled from his own life and from the work of Jean Vanier and Henri Nouwen in L'Arche communities.

Michelangelo's Poetry and Iconography in the Heart of the Reformation

Michelangelo's Poetry and Iconography in the Heart of the Reformation Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ambra Moroncini
Editor: Taylor & Francis
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Michelangelo's Poetry and Iconography in the Heart of the Reformation by Ambra Moroncini Summary

Contextualizing Michelangelo’s poetry and spirituality within the framework of the religious Zeitgeist of his era, this study investigates his poetic production to shed new light on the artist’s religious beliefs and unique language of art. Author Ambra Moroncini looks first and foremost at Michelangelo the poet and proposes a thought-provoking reading of Michelangelo’s most controversial artistic production between 1536 and c.1550: The Last Judgment, his devotional drawings made for Vittoria Colonna, and his last frescoes for the Pauline Chapel. Using theological and literary analyses which draw upon reformist and Protestant scriptural writings, as well as on Michelangelo’s own rime spirituali and Vittoria Colonna’s spiritual lyrics, Moroncini proposes a compelling argument for the impact that the Reformation had on one of the greatest minds of the Italian Renaissance. It brings to light how, in the second quarter of the sixteenth century in Italy, Michelangelo’s poetry and aesthetic conception were strongly inspired by the revived theologia crucis of evangelical spirituality, rather than by the theologia gloriae of Catholic teaching.

Politics of the Gift

Politics of the Gift Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gerald Moore
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
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Gerald Moore shows how the problematic of the gift drives and illuminates the last century of French philosophy. By tracing the creation of the gift as a concept, from its origins in philosophy and the social sciences, right up to the present, Moore shows

Das Versagen der Kleinfamilie

Das Versagen der Kleinfamilie Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mariam Irene Tazi-Preve
Editor: Verlag Barbara Budrich
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Die Autorin geht vom Leiden an den kleinfamilialen Verhältnissen aus und fragt: Kann das Liebespaar wirklich die Basis einer ganzen Gesellschaftsordnung sein? Sie legt die historischen und ideologischen Ursachen des Dilemmas der Kleinfamilie dar statt einem „individuellen Verschulden“ nachzugehen und fordert ein radikales Umdenken des Privaten. Dabei greift sie alle relevanten Themen pointiert und fachkundig auf: das Drama der Mutterschaft, die neue Vaterschaftsdebatte und die Vereinbarkeitsfrage. Sie analysiert die Politik und deren Interesse an der „kleinsten Zelle des Staates“ und zeigt auf, wie das Wirtschaftssystem die Kleinfamilie für sich nutzt und sie an die Grenzen der Belastbarkeit bringt. Als Schlussfolgerung aus den (Miss-)Verhältnissen des herrschenden Familienideals zeigt die Autorin Alternativen auf, die andere Gesellschaften uns bereits vorleben. • Bei der Kleinfamilie ist nicht Normalität am Werk, sondern eine willkürliche Norm • Viele Mütter sind einem Mutterideal verpflichtet, dem sie nie entsprechen können, kurzum sie sind in der “Mutterfalle” • Viele Männer würden ja gerne Elternzeit nehmen, die Arbeitswelt lässt es aber nicht zu • Die Bereiche Arbeitswelt und Familie sollen angeblich miteinander kompatibel sein, sind es aber in Wahrheit nicht – die “Vereinbarkeitslüge” • Aber: Es gibt Alternativen zur Überforderung von Müttern, Vätern und Kinder