legislation was passed and signed into law by my husband as well.
4 Rebuilding social bonds--since "doing time is a communal act," writes Lempert, and incarcerated women build fictive kin
and friendship networks even in an environment that breeds distrust.
More importantly, the intimacy generated by living together may create strong emotional bonds that cause fictive kin
to act like kin, or more extended kin to act like adult children.
These fictive kin
relationships (Stack, 1974) create a
It could be said that fictive kin
address is very much part of Kelabit custom.
In this sense, the focus is on the survival of the group rather than the individual within the African American imagined community of fictive kin
Analytically separating Black southerners from their migrating cousins, fictive kin
, and white counterparts, Robinson demonstrates how place intersects with race, class, gender, and regional identities and differences.
These caring commitments may cross the boundaries of blood, marriage, residence, culture, and country This can manifest itself in terms of caring for fictive kin
Harland prudently notes the differences in vocabulary between epistolary and epigraphic sources (67), with abundant evidence of fictive kin
language in earliest Christian letters contrasted with little use of this language in Christian inscriptions before the late second century, and suggests that the apparent rarity of this language in non-Christian inscriptions should not be taken to indicate rarity of use overall.
Most important, the chapter reveals the sharp divide between the Civil Code and the fictive kin
relations that developed as a result of child circulation.
However, Collins claims that modern clans, defined as networks of individuals linked through kinship and fictive kin
It then reviews the emerging conceptualisation of youth permanency in child welfare practice that focuses on lifelong connections to kin and fictive kin
as requirements for permanency.