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Moral Laboratories

Family Peril and the Struggle for a Good Life

Cheryl Mattingly

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Pädagogik

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Moral Laboratories is an engaging ethnography and a groundbreaking foray into the anthropology of morality. It takes us on a journey into the lives of African American families caring for children with serious chronic medical conditions, and it foregrounds the uncertainty that affects their struggles for a good life. Challenging depictions of moral transformation as possible only in moments of breakdown or in radical breaches from the ordinary, it offers a compelling portrait of the transformative powers embedded in day-to-day existence. From soccer fields to dinner tables, the everyday emerges as a moral laboratory for reshaping moral life. Cheryl Mattingly offers vivid and heart-wrenching stories to elaborate a first-person ethical framework, forcefully showing the limits of third-person renderings of morality. 

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ethical framework, american dream, struggle for a good life, moral life, breakdown, first person perspective, radical change, generational, serious chronic medical conditions, transformative power, politics, uncertainty, ethnographic research, health care, morality, african american families, anthropology, cultural studies, everyday occurances, love, anthropology of morality, health, united states of america, personal experiences, american studies, human condition, moral transformation, family, parenthood, chronic illness