Day of Our Lives: Making and sharing multi-media documents of everyday mothering

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Susi Arnott is a freelance filmmaker based in central London, specialising in documentaries on education, social issues and international development. Collaborations with artists and scientists help keep the mind busy. Rachel Thomson is Professor of Childhood and Youth Studies at the University of Sussex where she directs CIRCY, the Centre for Innovation & Research in Childhood and Youth.

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Thomson, R. & Arnott, S., (2015) “Day of Our Lives: Making and sharing multi-media documents of everyday mothering”, Studies in the Maternal 7(1), p.1-7. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/sim.199

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