The “Mommy Wars” – A Media Myth That Makes Mothers Mad

August 3, 2015

Jocelyn Crowley has researched how women feel about the supposedly raging “mommy wars” and wrote an article which appeared in the journal Sociological Inquiry earlier this spring. At the very center of her findings is the power of intensive mothering ideology, which she describes as a parenting philosophy “that requires mothers to be consistently attentive to their children’s needs and demands and by doing so, frequently sets women’s own interests aside., July 31

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