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Author Murray, Lesley
Title Families in Motion : Ebbing and Flowing Through Space and Time
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019
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Note Intro -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Family and Families in Motion -- Introduction -- Motion in 'Family' -- Family and Families in Motion -- Part I - Moving Through Separation and Connection -- Part II - Uneven Motion and Resistance -- Part III - Traces and Potentialities -- Moving on … -- References -- Part I: Moving Through Separation and Connection -- Chapter 2: Travelling Feelings: Narratives of Sustaining Love in Two Case Studies with Fathers in Family Separations -- Introduction -- Overlooked European Fathers -- Methodology -- Fathering, Doing Family and Emotional Reflexivity -- Travelling Feelings -- Case Study 1: Keith -- Case Study 2: Sergiu -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: 'Clinging On': Prison and the Changing Landscape of a Family -- Setting the Scene -- The Family: Life Before Prison -- From Full Time to Some Time -- Administrative Restrictions -- Family Life Redacted -- Carrying On -- The Future? Repairing Harms -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: 'Living Together Apart' as Families in Motion -- Introduction -- Living Together Apart -- Methods -- Traces of Family - Past, Future and Present -- Visible and Less Visible Adaptions of Space -- Im/Possible Stories of Family -- Unscripted and Precarious Performances -- Conclusion and Moving Forward -- References -- Chapter 5: Children Negotiating their Place through Space in Multi-local, Joint Physical Custody Arrangements -- Introduction -- Space, Mobility and Multi-locality -- Method -- Results: Negotiating Ones Place in the Family through Space -- Strategies of Territoriality -- Defining a Symbolic Place through Materiality -- Conferring Space a Particular Sense -- Expressing Emotions -- Facilitating the Transition -- Conclusion -- References
Part II: Uneven Motions and Resistance -- Chapter 6: The Roles of ICTs in Sustaining the Mobilities of Transnational Families -- Introduction -- A Mobilities Perspective on Transnational Families and Icts -- Methodology -- Introducing the Contrasting Mobilities of Blanca and Gabriela -- Blanca -- Gabriela -- Migration Decisions, Stepwise Migration, Co-presence and Communication Chains -- Migration Decisions -- Stepwise Migration and Sponsorship -- Establishing a Transnational Livelihood through Co-presence -- Caring Across the Miles through Communication Chains -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Through the Magnifying Glass: Performing Intergenerational Relatedness on Ritualised Occasions -- Introduction -- Family Life in Denmark -- Conceptualising Intergenerational Relations and Ritualised Occasions -- Methods and Data -- Analytical Strategy -- Graduation Ceremonies: Performing Adulthood -- Birthdays: Performing Grandparenthood -- Confirmation: Performing Parenthood -- Through the Magnifying Glass: Discussion and Concluding Remarks -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 8: Jumping Through Hoops: Families' Experiences of Pre-birth Child Protection -- Introduction -- Pre-birth Child Protection -- Methodology -- The Unstable Mobilities of Families in the Pre-birth Child Protection Process -- Resistance Narratives -- Parental Resistance -- Professional Resistance -- Resistance through Faith -- Defeatism -- Holding On -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Families and Flow: The Temporalities of Everyday Family Practices -- Family Practices and Time -- Methodology -- Analysis -- Sequential -- Synchronous -- Planned -- Serendipitous -- The Orchestration of Family Time -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part III: Traces and Potentialities
Chapter 10: Losing a Father in an Ex-industrial Landscape: A Researcher's Emotional Geography -- Introduction -- Childhood in the Village -- Constructions of Parenthood -- My Story -- Mum's Story -- Methodology -- A Lost Father Re-appears -- Part Two: Focus Group -- Part Three: Walk and Talk -- Future Fatherlessness -- References -- Chapter 11: Children in Motion: Everyday Life Across Two Homes -- Introduction -- Children's Dual Residence Arrangements -- Methodology -- Children on the Move - Physically, Emotionally and Relationally -- Family Transitions -- Physically on the Move -- Emotionally on the Move -- Relationally on the Move -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12: Families On-foot: Assembling Motherhood and Childhood Through Care -- Let's Go for a Walk -- Walking, Mothering and Care -- Children's Mobility and Care -- Care and the Familial Walking Assemblage -- Walking Sensory Ethnographies -- Moments of Care -- Becoming Prepared, Together and Watchful -- Becoming Playful, 'Grown Up' and Frustrated -- A Step Forward -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 13: (Re)Displaying Family: Relational Agency of Care-experienced Young People Embarking on Parenthood -- Introduction -- Theoretical Backdrop -- Family Display -- Relational Agency -- Family Display 1: Impending Motherhood and Developing Relational Agency -- Family Display 2: Motherhood and Inter-generational Reconciliation as Relational Agency -- Family Display 3: Disrupted Relational Agency -- Family Display 4: Fatherhood and Building Relational Agency -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 14: Moving to be a Family: The New Migration of Italian Women in Morocco -- Families and Models of Family on the Move -- Researching Italian Migration and European Mobilities -- Women and Mothers between Morocco and Italy -- The Mother I Wanted to Be, the Kind of Family I Want for My Children
Moving to Be the Imagined Family -- Being Better Italians by Leaving Italy -- Conclusions -- References -- Index
This book is premised on the conceptualisation of family as always in motion, which in turn is determined by the interdependent mobilities of families and family members. Contributions from academics, from a range of disciplines, consider rhythms of change in the lived experiences of family and the ways in which they are produced through motion
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Murray, Lesley Families in Motion Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2019 9781787694163
Subject Electronic books
Alt Author McDonnell, Liz
Hinton-Smith, Tamsin
Ferreira, Nuno
Walsh, Katie
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