3 Varieties of mental phenomena

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7 Citizenship as ‘participation in social life’

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3.3 Parenthood

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Acknowledgements

The material below is contained in Social Psychology Matters, Wendy Holloway, Helen Lucey and Anne Phoenix, published in association with Open University Press, 2007.

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