The Political Geographies of Pregnancy ePub (Adobe DRM) download by Laura R. Woliver

The Political Geographies of Pregnancy

University of Illinois Press
Publication date: September 2002
ISBN: 9780252092947
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A vigorous analysis of the ways modern reproductive politics are shaped by long-standing debates on abortion and adoption, surrogacy arrangements, new reproductive technologies, medical surveillance, and the mapping of the human genome. "[This volume] constructs a coherent account of the meanings of pregnancy in the United States at the beginning of the twenty-first century, spelling out a basis for just reproductive policies. . . . Neatly reviews many of the major dramas and dilemmas that, thirty years after the federalization of women's 'choice,' continue to bedevil policymakers and ordinary people. But it also moved me, and will move others, to wake up and test its conclusions." -- Rickie Solinger, Women's Review of Books
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