By Harriet Fraad
Bringing all of it again domestic makes use of the intimate enviornment of the loved ones because the distinctive environment for a groundbreaking learn of the relationships among category, gender and tool this present day. The authors - and the feminist students who provided responses to their critique - combine the wealthy traditions of Marxism and feminism, and more moderen advancements in Marxian thought and Lacanian psychoanalysis, to theorise a brand new method of the modern problem of the kin.
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He deﬁnes a contractarian as being averse to dependency, celebrating independence and seeking to enable people to engage with one another as freely contracting parties. By contrast, the solidaristic approach acknowledges dependency, celebrates human interdependence and seeks to enable people to engage with one another in mutually protective solidarity. By and large, it is the contractarian approach that has achieved ascendancy. Dean argues that the language of human rights has displaced that of welfare rights in the global poverty context.
Henricson and Bainham54 have considered whether attributing blame to parents for children’s behaviour can be considered compatible with human rights considerations. They also point out such an attribution underestimates children’s independence and overestimates the ability of parents to control the behaviour of their children as they grow older. 57 Indeed there is some agreement that such orders should be more accurately named ‘mothering’ orders. The imposition of the order is determined not by legal concerns about who has parental responsibility, but by who accompanies the child to court and this is usually related to residency.
D. Ghate and M. Ramalla, Positive Parenting: The National Evaluation of the Youth Justice Board’s Parenting Programme, London: Policy Research Bureau, 2002. A. Holt (2007) Parenting Orders, Youth Justice Policy and the discursive shaping of subjectivity, paper presented at Monitoring Parents: childrearing in the age of ‘intensive parenting’, University of Kent, 21–22 May. 59 As many feminist commentators have noted, the term parent, when mobilised by policy makers and attached to initiatives or legislation, is problematic.
Bringing It All Back Home by Harriet Fraad