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Porter, Marie and Kelso, Julie (2011). Birthing and re-birthing Down Under: from ARM-A to AMIRCI. In Andrea O'Reilly (Ed.), The 21st century motherhood movement: mothers speak out on why we need to change the world and how to do it (pp. 814-823) Toronto, Canada: Demeter Press.
Porter, Marie (2010). With love: A celebratory counter narrative of (dis?)ability. In Marie Porter and Julie Kelso (Ed.), Mother-texts: Narratives and counter-narratives (pp. 291-310) Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Porter, Marie (2009). Sara Ruddick's "Motherwork": Personal perceptions to academic analysis. In Andrea O'Reilly (Ed.), Maternal thinking: Philosophy, politics, practice (pp. 191-203) Toronto, Canada: Demeter Press.
Porter, M. (2005). Down Under Power? Australian Mothering Experiences in the 1950s, 1960s. In A. O'Reilly, M. Porter and P. Short (Ed.), Motherhood: Power & Oppression (pp. 181-193) Toronto: Women's Press.
Porter, M. (2002) Catholic confinement: An aspect of Australian motherhood in the 1950's and 1960's. SeaChanges, 2 1-32.
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