In Part 3 of the three-part collection on feminism and families, we revisit the 13 articles that appeared in two previous issues of Sex Roles, and then present the six additional articles published in the current issue. We address the ways in which these articles examine feminist perspectives on family relationships from various interdisciplinary lenses and the ways in which all the articles link various intersections among gender, race, ethnicity, social class, sexual orientation, and embodiment to deal with key feminist family topics such as motherhood and fatherhood, work and family, families and violence, emotion work and household labor, and the interplay between private experiences and public institutions. We position these articles so as to highlight diverse feminist theoretical perspectives and methodological orientations, and we address the innovations these articles contribute to the scholarship on feminism and families.
Sex Roles – Springer Journals
Published: May 18, 2016
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