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9 edition of The Childless Revolution found in the catalog.

The Childless Revolution

by Madelyn Cain

  • 189 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Perseus Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Population & demography,
  • Women"s studies,
  • Sociology,
  • Psychology,
  • Women"s Studies - General,
  • USA,
  • Sociology - Marriage & Family,
  • General,
  • Childlessness

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7899458M
    ISBN 100738204609
    ISBN 109780738204604

      Maybe because we're in the midst of an unacknowledged "childless revolution", with one in four women remaining childless, and every expectation that proportion will grow. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *.

    Review - The Childless Revolution by Madelyn Cain Perseus Books, Review by Paul Saka, Ph.D. May 31st (Volume 5, Issue 22). The Childless Revolution. (Demography) regardless of what society at large thinks of them," writes Madelyn Cain in her recent book, The Childless Revolution. Though childlessness may be a statistical norm, American society still struggles to separate femininity from fertility, according to Cain, an English professor and lecturer on women's.

      What we need instead is a quiet revolution, a complete reappraisal of what we deem to be a meaningful life. I, for one, will continue to turn to books, where I find reassurance in the strangest of. The Childless Revolution by Madelyn Cain and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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The Childless Revolution is a sensitive examination of why a growing number of women do not and in many cases choose not to have children. The author is a parent and step parent, so this book is certainly not anti-child; rather it is a call for women with and without children to Cited by: Title: The Childless Revolution: What It Means To Be Childless Today Author: Madelyn Cain () Publisher: Perseus Publishing ISBN# Price: USD and CAD Ratting: 4 out of 5 Well the first thing about the book that you might notice is that the author is in fact a a parent, she isn't herself childfree which is very much /5.

The Childless Revolution is a sensitive examination of why a growing number of women do not and in many cases choose not to have children. The author is a parent and step parent, so this book is certainly not anti-child; rather it is a call for women with and without children to understand and support each others' choices/5(41).

The first book to put a face on these women who cannot conceive – or, for reasons as varied as womanhood itself, have chosen not to – The Childless Revolution dispels fears, removes ignorance, and corrects misconceptions about the ever-growing group 5/5(1).

Simultaneously compassionate and journalistically curious, The Childless Revolution is informed by the stories of over childless or self-proclaimed childfree women, at long last giving voice to their experience and validating the jumble of emotions most feel.

The Childless Revolution is a sensitive examination of why a growing number of women do not and in many cases choose not to have children. The author is a parent and step parent, so this book is certainly not anti-child; rather it is a call for women with and without children to /5.

The first book to put a face on these women who cannot conceive – or, for reasons as varied as womanhood itself, have chosen not to – The Childless Revolution dispels fears, removes ignorance, and corrects misconceptions about the ever-growing group of women without children in our : Diversion Books.

"The Childless Revolution" was a worthwhile read despite its shortcomings. The stigma of being childless/childfree for ANY reason was discussed at length in the book, and therefore encourages any parent to reconsider their response towards non-parents/5.

Beyond the obvious prejudices, The Childless Revolution is a poorly written book. It is only pages long, and that is including an Author's Note, acknowledgements, an introduction, and "Personally Speaking," her conclusion.

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She writes that those who are childless by choice don't see themselves as lacking anything. She notes that. The Childless Revolution Author: Madelyn Cain Due in part to birth control, later marriages, and the emergence of two-career couples, 42 percent of the American female population is childless, representing the fastest-growing demographic group to emerge in decades.

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The author tackles a subject that has been taboo for a long period of time. Adults who are parents often make assumptions about the lives of Reviews:. Madelyn Cain, Actress: Whiz Kids. Madelyn Cain was born on Ap in the USA. She is an actress, known for Whiz Kids (), Simon & Simon () and The Six Million Dollar Man ().Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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