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Abortion ebook

by Janet Hadley


Abortion Hadley,Janet Little, Brown 9781853818585 : Every day 150,000 pregnancies are terminated worldwide. This book analyzes the international politics of abortion, the medical and social pressures and the impact of restricting or liberalizing abortion policies.

Abortion Hadley,Janet Little, Brown 9781853818585 : Every day 150,000 pregnancies are terminated worldwide. Around 500 women, many of them young, lose their lives as a result of unsafe abortio. It looks at questions such as: does abortion encourage teenage pregnancies?; does it harm a womans physical or mental health?; how late should abortion be permitted?; and does a foetus have a right to life? Дополнительное описание: Imprint: Virago.

Every day 150,000 pregnancies are terminated worldwide. Around 500 women, many of them young, lose their lives as a result of unsafe abortions. A quarter of the world's population live in countries where abortions are completely or almost completely prohibited. This book analyzes the international politics of abortion, the medical and social pressures and the impact of restricting or liberalizing abortion policies

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James C. Mohr's book, Abortion in America, traces the societal and political forces that over the course of the 19th century shifted the practice of abortion from broadly legal under the Common Law and widely accepted and practiced (if not openly spoken of), to broadly illegal in most US states. Mohr's book, Abortion in America, traces the societal and political forces that over the course of the 19th century shifted the practice of abortion from broadly legal under the Common Law and widely accepted and practiced (if not openly spoken of), to broadly illegal in most US states and less socially accepted (but no less widely practiced than it. ever was). This is a sensitive, "non-partisan" historical treatment of a topic that it can be difficult to discuss in modern America. 2 people found this helpful.

My friend Janet Hadley, one of the pioneering firebrands of the women's liberation movement, has died of cancer aged 6. In 1996, Virago published her book, Abortion: Between Freedom and Necessity.

As Janet herself said: "For my recent work, there is little to show except a pile of worthy and weighty tomes that are four times more readable than in their original state. For Janet, through good times and bad, her friendships were vital. She delighted in the home she was creating after a recent move.

A quarter of the world's population lives in countries where abortions are completely or almost completely prohibited. And as many as 500 women lose their lives every day as a result of unsafe abortions. Only recently has this most intimate and private decision been so publicly debated. The principle and practice of abortion has become increasingly controversial, bringing thousands of people on to the streets, dividing nations, and convulsing the politics of man countries. Janet Hadley, in this fascinating and meticulously argued book, considers abortion politics with an international perspective and explores some of the new issues affecting the abortion controversy, such as the abortion pill and prenatal testing for birth defects. She challenges many of the arguments offered by the pro-life and pro-choice advocates, arguing for a renewed feminist commitment to abortion as a fundamental element of sexual freedom. u0022Abortion is still not talked about. Few women admit to having had one. It is too personal, it is still taboo. Often, I have been asked, 'What's your book about?' and have had to take a deep breath, not knowing what the reaction would be. Yet this intimate personal issue has become sensationally and bewilderingly public, it has even brought down governments -- a paradox which I found intriguing enough to start me on the project of this book.u0022 -- Janet Hadley
Abortion ebook
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Janet Hadley
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Women's Studies
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Temple University Press (December 17, 1997)
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