Where is the mother in all this? Representations of mothers and mothering in popular Australian and South African books for young adults

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Hillel, Margot and van der Walt, Thomas 2009. Where is the mother in all this? Representations of mothers and mothering in popular Australian and South African books for young adults. Mousaion: South African Journal for Information Studies. 27 (2), pp. 227 - 244.
AuthorsHillel, Margot and van der Walt, Thomas
Year2009
JournalMousaion: South African Journal for Information Studies
Journal citation27 (2), pp. 227 - 244
PublisherUNISA Press
ISSN0027-2639
Page range227 - 244
Place of publicationSouth Africa
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