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CONTESTED BODIES, CONTESTED KNOWLEDGES : WOMEN, HEALTH, AND THE POLITICS OF MEDICALIZATION
KATHRYN PAULY MORGAN
Written in English
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The writing is also informed by some of the authors' own experiences with women's health issues: birth, menopause, major surgery, and providing care for mothers and makethemworkforyou.com than focusing on types of medical interventions, "The Politics of Women's Health" asks what feminist health-care ethics looks like if we start with women's.
Relational approach to autonomy in health care / Susan Sherwin --Situating women in the politics of health / Margaret Lock --Politics of health: geneticization versus health promotion / Abby Lippman --Contested bodies, contested knowledges: women, health, and the politics of medicalization / Kathryn Pauly Morgan --Agency, diversity, and.
A Relational Approach to Autonomy in Health-Care – Susan Sherwin 3. Situating Women in the Politics of Health – Margaret Lock 4. The Politics of Health: Geneticization vs. Health Promotion – Abby Lippman 5.
Contested Bodies, Contested Knowledges: Women, Health. Jun 29, · Reproductive autonomy is central to women's welfare both because childbearing takes place in women's bodies and because they are generally expected to take primary responsibility for child rearing.
Inthe factors that influence their autonomy most strongly are poverty and belief systems that devalue such makethemworkforyou.com by: 1. Author(s): Morgan,Kathryn Pauly Title(s): Contested bodies, contested knowledges: women, health, and the politics of medicalization/ Kathryn Pauly Morgan.
In: Sherwin, Susan, et al. The Politics of Women's Health: Exploring Agency and Autonomy Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, Kathryn Pauly Morgan developed a medicalization model of pregnancy (conception, gestation, and birth) in North American culture.
(Contested bodies, contested knowledges: Women, health, and the politics of medicalization. In S. Sherwin, ed., The Politics of Women’s Health: Exploring Agency and Autonomy. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. May 03, · The article provides a new typology of medicalization and illustrates its utility through an analysis of two episodes in American abortion history.
Previous analysts of these episodes miss many aspects of medicalization and disagree about whether these episodes involve medicalization or demedicalization. The typology helps resolve these Cited by: Medicalization and Contested Illnesses whose semantic origins can be traced to the women’s rights and consumer health movements of the s and 70s.
Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised makethemworkforyou.com by: 6. Medicine and Medicalization: A Response to Purdy. Contested Bodies, Contested Knowledges: Women, Health, and the Politics of Medicalization.
Nov 06, · Morgan, Kathryn Pauly. Contested bodies, contested knowledges: Women, health, and the politics of medicalization. In The politics of women’s health: Exploring agency and autonomy, ed. Susan Sherwin, 83– Philadephia: Temple University Press. Google ScholarCited by: Our Bodies, Ourselves: A Book by and for Women.
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safer” forms of medicine as asserted by The Boston Women's Health Book Collective, 46 which inK.P. MorganContested bodies, contested knowledges: women, health, and the politics of medicalization.
Sherwin (Ed.), The politics of women's health Cited by: (). Contested bodies, contested knowledges: women health, and the politics of medicalization. In: (). Coping in women with breast cancer in complementary and conventional care over 5 years measured by the mental adjustment to cancer scale.
Jun 04, · The contradiction Turner highlights is that the promotion of enslaved women’s maternity as an argument for abolition—an argument from the metropole—was met with a reconfiguration of colonial enslavement practices that expanded control over enslaved women’s bodies and sexuality.
Contested Bodies also tells us the story of how enslaved Author: Tita Chico. Paltrow, Lynn M., and Flavin, Jeanne,“Arrests of and forced interventions on pregnant women in the United States, – implications for women's legal status and public health”, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 38(2): – Rachel Simon‐Kumar is Senior Lecturer at the University of Auckland's School of Public Health in New Zealand.
She has taught in development studies, women's studies and public policy. Her research focuses on marginalized groups and political inclusion, reproductive health and North‐South politics and women and makethemworkforyou.com by: 1. Aug 16, · Research on medicalization demonstrates that women’s experiences have historically been medicalized far more often than (and even to the exclusion of) men’s.
92  Kathryn Pauly Morgan, “Contested Bodies, Contested Knowledges: Women, Health, and the Politics of Medicalization,” in The Politics of Women’s Health: Exploring Agency and Cited by: 4. CURRENT Michelle Murphy is the Director of the Technoscience Research Unit. Michelle is a feminist technoscience studies scholar and historian of the recent past.
She is the author of The Economization of Life (Duke UP ), Seizing the Means of Reproduction: Feminism, Health and Technoscience (Duke UP, ) and Sick Building Syndrome: Environmental Politics, Technoscience, and Women.
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The second chapter illustrates how practices of building and housing “reflect contested understandings of how [Batswana] ought to value .Our Bodies Ourselves (The Boston Women's Health Book Collective.
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