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Unsafe Motherhood: Mayan Maternal Mortality and Subjectivity in Post-war Guatemala - Nicole S. Berry
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2000, ISBN: 9781845457525

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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 132 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.3in.At the turn of this century, in September 2000, representatives from 189 countries met at the Millennium Summit at New York and adopted Millennium Development Goals. Out of 8 goals, one of the important is improve Maternal Health. Maternal Mortality is chosen as one of the indicator towards the progress of the goal. Present research study throws light on all the aspects of health of females of reproductive age group including pregnant women. In this study, the causes of maternal deaths (medical causes) and social factors influencing the maternal deaths like age at child birth, parity, lack of spacing , Malnutrition socio-cultural, socio - economical, poverty, illiteracy, male dominance, gender bias, ignorance and prejudice, lack of maternity services, poor environmental sanitation, poor communication and transportation facility etc, has been delicately revealed by intense efforts. This study also emphasizes that by timely intervention like early registration of pregnancy, regular ANC Visits and safe institutional deliveries, many maternal deaths can be prevented. This study will be useful for all medical and social stakeholders who are concerned with female and maternal health. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Berghahn Books. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 272 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.3in. x 0.8in.. . . a compelling account of maternal mortality and maternal health care among indigenous populations in Guatemala. Sarah Pinto, Tufts University Since 1987, when the global community first recognized the high frequency of women in developing countries dying from pregnancy-related causes, little progress has been made to combat this problem. This study follows the global policies that have been implemented in Solol, Guatemala in order to decrease high rates of maternal mortality among indigenous Mayan women. The author examines the diverse meanings and understandings of motherhood, pregnancy, birth and birth-related death among the biomedical personnel, village women, their families, and midwives. These incongruous perspectives, in conjunction with the implementation of such policies, threaten to disenfranchise clients from their own cultural understandings of self. The author investigates how these policies need to meld with the everyday lives of these women, and how the failure to do so will lead to a failure to decrease maternal deaths globally. Nicole S. Berry is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia. isFraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Berghahn Books

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Unsafe Motherhood: Mayan Maternal Mortality and Subjectivity in Post-War Guatemala (Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality) - Nicole S. Berry
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...a compelling account of maternal mortality and maternal health care among indigenous populations in Guatemala." ? Sarah Pinto, Tufts University Since 1987, when the global community first recognized the high frequency of women in developing countries dying from pregnancy-related causes, little progress has been made to combat this problem. This study follows the global policies that have been implemented in Solol?, Guatemala in order to decrease high rates of maternal mortality among indigenous Mayan women. The author examines the diverse meanings and understandings of motherhood, pregnancy, birth and birth-related death among the biomedical personnel, village women, their families, and midwives. These incongruous perspectives, in conjunction with the implementation of such policies, threaten to disenfranchise clients from their own cultural understandings of self. The author investigates how these policies need to meld with the everyday lives of these women, and how the failure to do so will lead to a failure to decrease maternal deaths globally. Nicole S. Berry is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.isFraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia. administration and medicine economics,administration and policy,ancient,anthropology,clinical,education and reference,health care delivery,history,internal medicine,mayan Clinical, Berghahn Books

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[EAN: 9781845457525], Neubuch, [PU: Berghahn Books, United Kingdom], Language: English Brand New Book. .a compelling account of maternal mortality and maternal health care among indigenous populations in Guatemala. * Sarah Pinto, Tufts University Since 1987, when the global community first recognized the high frequency of women in developing countries dying from pregnancy-related causes, little progress has been made to combat this problem. This study follows the global policies that have been implemented in Solola, Guatemala in order to decrease high rates of maternal mortality among indigenous Mayan women. The author examines the diverse meanings and understandings of motherhood, pregnancy, birth and birth-related death among the biomedical personnel, village women, their families, and midwives. These incongruous perspectives, in conjunction with the implementation of such policies, threaten to disenfranchise clients from their own cultural understandings of self. The author investigates how these policies need to meld with the everyday lives of these women, and how the failure to do so will lead to a failure to decrease maternal deaths globally. Nicole S. Berry is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.isFraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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[EAN: 9781845457525], Neubuch, [PU: Berghahn Books, United Kingdom], Language: English Brand New Book. .a compelling account of maternal mortality and maternal health care among indigenous populations in Guatemala. * Sarah Pinto, Tufts University Since 1987, when the global community first recognized the high frequency of women in developing countries dying from pregnancy-related causes, little progress has been made to combat this problem. This study follows the global policies that have been implemented in Solola, Guatemala in order to decrease high rates of maternal mortality among indigenous Mayan women. The author examines the diverse meanings and understandings of motherhood, pregnancy, birth and birth-related death among the biomedical personnel, village women, their families, and midwives. These incongruous perspectives, in conjunction with the implementation of such policies, threaten to disenfranchise clients from their own cultural understandings of self. The author investigates how these policies need to meld with the everyday lives of these women, and how the failure to do so will lead to a failure to decrease maternal deaths globally. Nicole S. Berry is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.isFraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Unsafe Motherhood
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Unsafe Motherhood

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Since 1987, when the global community first recognized the high frequency of women in developing countries dying from pregnancy-related causes, little progress has been made to combat this problem.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781845457525
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1845457528
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Weight: 0,493 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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