Browsing by Subject "motherhood"

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  • A case for paid surrogate motherhood

    van Zyl, Liezl (2008)
    It has become commonplace to distinguish between altruistic and commercial surrogate motherhood. Altruistic surrogacy refers to cases where the surrogate mother is motivated by care or concern for an infertile couple, ...
  • Hamilton Parents Centre 1957-2003: A sociological history

    Morgans, Blair; Snape, Holly; Swain, David (Hamilton Parents Centre Inc, 2004)
    This is a "sociological history" of Hamilton Parents Centre and as such presents the stories' of Hamilton Parents Centre organised both chronologically and thematically. These stories are broadly of two kinds: those ...
  • The Ogress, The Innocent, And The Madman: Narrative and Gender in Child Homicide Trials in New Zealand, 1870-1925

    Powell, Debra (University of Waikato, 2013)
    The murder of a child represents one of the most perplexing and unimaginable of crimes. This thesis, the first legal-historical investigation into child homicide in New Zealand, seeks to uncover some of the ways that people ...
  • Welfare reform: its impact on women as mothers and workers

    Scott, Bronwyn (University of Waikato, 2014)
    Introduced in 1973, the Domestic Purposes Benefit was designed to give single mothers the opportunity available to partnered mothers, to provide full time care to their dependent children. However, families headed by lone ...