d) Mothers and sons

Caron, Ann F. (1994). Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Raising Boys in the ‘90s. New York: Henry Holt and Company

Drexler, Peggy. (2005). Raising Boys Without Men: How Maverick Moms Are Creating the Next Generation of Exceptional Men. Rodale Books.

Epstein, Sarah. (2015). Making women visible in boys’ lives. In Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality. Ed M. Flood, with R. Howson, Cambridge Scholars Press.

Glendinning, Matthew, and Victoria Glendinning. (eds). (year?). Sons and Mothers. London: Virago.

Howard, Jo. (1998). Bringing up Boys: A Parenting Manual for Sole Mothers Raising Boys. Melbourne: ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research) Press.

Howard, Jo. (2001). Mothers & Sons: Bringing up boys as a sole parent. Port Melbourne, VIC: Lothian.

Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering. (2000). Special Issue: Mothers and Sons. 2(1). Includes;
Bringing Our Boyz to Men: Black Men’s Reflections on Their Mother’s Childrearing Influences / Wanda Thomas Bernard.
Restoring the Memories of Joining Between Mother and Son: A Reading of Lorna Goodison’s Maternal Poems / Dannabang Kuwabong.
A Meditation on Mothers and Sons by Nathan’s Mothers / Susan Koppelman.
Sons of Feminists: Learning From Their Talk / Joyce B. Castle.
Deconstructing Mother Guilt: Single Mothers Can Effectively Raise an Emotionally Healthy and Well-Developed Male Child / Robin Gearing and Sandra Campbell.
A Mom and Her Son: Thoughts on Feminist Mothering / Andrea O’Reilly.
The (Male) Advantage of a Feminist Mother / Juanita Ross Epp and Sharon Cook.
Feminist Mothers and Sons: More than Non-Sexist Parenting / Christine Peets.

Klein, Carole. (year?). Mothers and Sons.

O’Reilly, Andrea. (ed.). (2001). Mothers and Sons: Feminism, Masculinity, and the Struggle to Raise Our Sons. Routledge.
Introduction / Andrea O’Reilly.
Section One: Mothering and Motherhood.
1. Who Are We This Time? An Excerpt From American Mom / Mary Kay Blakely.
2. Mothering Sons With Special Needs: One Peacemaker’s Challenge / Jacqueline Haessly.
3. Masculinity, Matriarchy, and Myth: A Black Feminist Perspective / Claudette Lee and Ethel Hill Williams.
4. Mothers of Sons and the Art of Peace Building / Linda Forcey.
5. In Black and White: African American and Anglo-American Feminist Theorizing on the Mother-Son Relationship / Andrea O’Reilly.
Section Two: Men and Masculinities.
6. Swimming Against the Tide: Feminists’ Accounts of Mothering Sons / Alison M. Thomas.
7. Feminist Academic Mothers’ Influences on Their Sons’ Masculinity / Sharon Abbey.
8. Lesbians Raising Sons: Bringing Up a New Breed of Men / Jess Wells.
9. Can Boys Grow Into Mothers? Maternal Thinking and Fathers’ Reflections / Andrea Doucet.
Section Three: Mothers and Sons: Connections and Disconnections.
10. Raisng Relational Boys / Cate Dooley and Nikki Fedele.
11. Attachment and Loss / Janet Sayers.
12. Mother-Son Relationships in the Shadow of War / Amia Leiblich.
13. This is Leave Taking: Mothers, Signatures, and Countermemory / Douglas Sadao Aoki.

Ott, K. M. (2011). Feminist mothering of sons: Ethical practices for everyone. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 27(2), 143-147.

Smith, Babette. (1995). Mothers and Sons: The Truth About Mother-Son Relationships. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Wells, Jess. (ed.). (1997). Lesbians Raising Sons. Los Angeles and New York: Alyson Books.

XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1997). Special Issue: Mothers and Sons, 7(1), Winter.