Mama-ing | Benbrahim | Visual Ethnography
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Mama-ing

Dina Benbrahim, Kári Björn

Abstract


This collaborative photo essay follows an auto-ethnographic methodology to reflect and reject the shaming of nursing bodies in public. Polaroids are used as a medium to capture everyday life situations between a mother and a son, where sexualization has simply no place to be.

Keywords


auto-ethnography; nursing; public space; polaroid; visual archive

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ISSN Print 2499-9288
ISSN Online 2281-1605
Publisher Edizioni Museo Pasqualino
Patronage University of Basilicata, Italy
Web Salvo Leo



Periodico registrato presso il Tribunale di Matera, numero di registrazione 2/2014