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Population Policy And Women's Rights:  Transforming Reproductive Choice - Ruth Dixon-mueller
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Global population policies are under intense scrutiny as environmental and development organizations worry about the threat of overpopulation and call for stronger measures of population control. At the same time, women''s organizations in both developing and industrialized countries are intensifying their attacks on the simplistic thinking of the population controllers and the quest for a technological fix on the part of the family-planning establishment. Population Policy and Women''s Rights presents a forceful argument for a more responsive approach to fertility limitation in developing countries--one that builds on women''s concerns about their survival and security and strengthens women''s rights. Ruth Dixon-Mueller reviews the history of the debate between feminists and the birth control movement, examines the forces affecting U.S. population policy on the domestic and international fronts, and documents the relationship between women''s reproductive rights and their rights in other areas. Dixon-Mueller begins by focusing on the evolution of the political positions of the women''s movement and the birth control/population control movements. She examines the relationship between different aspects of women''s rights and reproductive choice in developing countries. She concludes with a proposal for a woman-centered approach to reproductive policy-making, based on promoting women''s rights and protecting women''s sexual and reproductive health. Written from a sociological perspective, Population Policy and Women''s Rights is recommended for researchers, policy-makers, and students in the fields of population, development, women''s studies, and human rights. Ruth Dixon-mueller, Books, Family and Relationships, Sexuality, Population Policy And Women's Rights: Transforming Reproductive Choice Books>Family and Relationships>Sexuality, Praeger Publishers

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Global population policies are under intense scrutiny as environmental and development organizations worry about the threat of overpopulation and call for stronger measures of population control. At the same time, women''s organizations in both developing and industrialized countries are intensifying their attacks on the simplistic thinking of the population controllers and the quest for a technological fix on the part of the family-planning establishment. Population Policy and Women''s Rights presents a forceful argument for a more responsive approach to fertility limitation in developing countries--one that builds on women''s concerns about their survival and security and strengthens women''s rights. Ruth Dixon-Mueller reviews the history of the debate between feminists and the birth control movement, examines the forces affecting U.S. population policy on the domestic and international fronts, and documents the relationship between women''s reproductive rights and their rights in other areas. Dixon-Mueller begins by focusing on the evolution of the political positions of the women''s movement and the birth control/population control movements. She examines the relationship between different aspects of women''s rights and reproductive choice in developing countries. She concludes with a proposal for a woman-centered approach to reproductive policy-making, based on promoting women''s rights and protecting women''s sexual and reproductive health. Written from a sociological perspective, Population Policy and Women''s Rights is recommended for researchers, policy-makers, and students in the fields of population, development, women''s studies, and human rights. Ruth Dixon-mueller, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, Population Policy And Women's Rights: Transforming Reproductive Choice Books>Social and Cultural Studies, Praeger Publishers

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[EAN: 9780275945046], New book, [PU: Praeger], RUTH DIXON-MUELLER,DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH,BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT,GENDER STUDIES,SOCIAL SERVICES WELFARE, This item is printed on demand. Hardcover. 304 pages. Global population policies are under intense scrutiny as environmental and development organizations worry about the threat of overpopulation and call for stronger measures of population control. At the same time, womens organizations in both developing and industrialized countries are intensifying their attacks on the simplistic thinking of the population controllers and the quest for a technological fix on the part of the family-planning establishment. Population Policy and Womens Rights presents a forceful argument for a more responsive approach to fertility limitation in developing countries--one that builds on womens concerns about their survival and security and strengthens womens rights. Ruth Dixon-Mueller reviews the history of the debate between feminists and the birth control movement, examines the forces affecting U. S. population policy on the domestic and international fronts, and documents the relationship between womens reproductive rights and their rights in other areas. Dixon-Mueller begins by focusing on the evolution of the political positions of the womens movement and the birth controlpopulation control movements. She examines the relationship between different aspects of womens rights and reproductive choice in developing countries. She concludes with a proposal for a woman-centered approach to reproductive policy-making, based on promoting womens rights and protecting womens sexual and reproductive health. Written from a sociological perspective, Population Policy and Womens Rights is recommended for researchers, policy-makers, and students in the fields of population, development, womens studies, and human rights. This item ships from La Vergne,TN.

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Population Policy and Women's Rights: Transforming Reproductive Choice

An argument for a more responsive approach to birth control in developing countries, built upon women's concern for their survival and security and strengthening their rights. This work examines US population policy on the domestic and international fronts, as well as women's rights in other areas.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780275945046
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0275945049
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1993
Publisher: PRAEGER FREDERICK A
304 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780275945046

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0-275-94504-9, 978-0-275-94504-6


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