By Allison James, Anne-Trine Kjorholt, Vebjorg Tingstad
In exploring youngsters personal daily nutrition encounters, along the ways that adolescence identities are developed and mediated via meals, this ebook permits a measured and insightful realizing of some of the and sophisticated dimensions of the connection among teenagers, foodstuff and identification.
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Babies’ Agency in Infant-Feeding Relationships 15 to seek less hierarchical and more emotionally rewarding relationships with their children than parents in previous generations (Beck & BeckGernsheim 2002; Wade 2005). Moreover, ongoing research in this area confirms that women retain exclusive responsibility for the feeding (DeVault 1991) and healthy development of infants (Murcott 1993) and indeed, as Ann Oakley (1979) indicated almost three decades ago, women’s accountability for infant well-being – as evidenced by ‘appropriate’ infant weight gain and behaviour – is invested with strong moral significance that impacts upon women’s identities as mothers: A baby that is feeding and growing ‘well’ is a prize for the mother’s efforts, a tangible token of her love and work.
Countryside officer, married) Here Hayley questions whether her son’s crying for food is really an expression of hunger or recognition of a particular feeding routine, something confirmed in many other narratives. Such crying was interpreted as the anticipation of socio-spatial interactions, rather than hunger, and mothers saw their infants’ attempts to assert their agency as opportunities for renegotiating the way they responded to their needs. In Hayley’s case, after a prolonged and difficult period of breast-feeding on demand, her son’s broader awareness of family feeding routines Babies’ Agency in Infant-Feeding Relationships 27 meant that she was now better placed to negotiate more control in their feeding relationship.
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Children, Food and Identity in Everyday Life (Studies in Childhood and Youth) by Allison James, Anne-Trine Kjorholt, Vebjorg Tingstad