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The all-time theme of familial relationships has dominated the literary and media landscape for centuries.
The unanswered question boggling the relationship between mothers-in-law and their daughters-in-law is: “What is this conflict about, and how can it be resolved?” The author of this book neatly captures the determinants (themes) of this relationship and the underlying factors that, when manipulated well, will resolve the conflict between mothers and their daughters-in-law.
With illustrations from Mother in-Law, a programme aired by Citizen TV in Kenya, the author discusses the intrigues that define relationships between and among family members.
This is an enlightening life experience that is clearly brought out in a content analysis research that is a must read to all current and potential mothers-in-law/daughters-in-law.
This book is a must-read and a timely companion for readers in the communication field in general and in communication research in TV drama in particular.
It provides new perspectives in understanding the communicative and relational factors in family TV series.
Doreen Orawo holds a B.Ed (English Literature), MPhil and PhD (Communication Studies).
A salted teacher, lecturer and researcher, her researches lean towards the dynamics of interpersonal communication, social and ethical responsibility values and gender based issues/conflicts.
She is passionate about what goes on around female gender.
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