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politics of reproductive ritual

Karen Ericksen Paige

politics of reproductive ritual

by Karen Ericksen Paige

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birth customs 650/1 Puberty rites.,
  • Sex customs.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p317-371. - Includes index.

    StatementKaren Ericksen Paige and Jeffery M. Paige with the assistance of Linda Fuller and Elisabeth Magnus.
    ContributionsPaige, Jeffery M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN482.1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii,380p. :
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22310908M
    ISBN 100520030710

    MMO: Marlene, not every radical white woman who does abortion rights work is willing to delve so deeply into the politics of racism. I’m curious about how you moved beyond the politics of abortion to become an advocate for a broader, more inclusive vision of reproductive justice. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.

      The Wedding as a Reproductive Ritual Show all authors. Rebecca L. Burch 1. Rebecca L. Burch. State University of New York at Oswego, Oswego, NY, USA The book of wedding trivia. New York, NY: Barnes & Noble Books. Google Scholar. CQ Library American political resources opens in new tab;. “Books that offer a comprehensive intersection of reproductive politics and nonbiological public policies are rare. Laura Briggs offers an extensive examination of how all governments use and misuse reproductive bodies, a critical and timely analysis for all reproductive justice activists and scholars.”—Loretta Ross, coauthor of.

      Laura Briggs, How all politics became reproductive politics: From welfare reform to foreclosure to Trump, University of California Press, paperback, $25 ISBN Since the late s, a massive neoliberal shift has realigned the relationship between government, business, and households in the United States.   As Loretta Ross, co-author of Reproductive Justice: An Introduction, explained in a statement promoting the book, “Books that offer a comprehensive intersection of reproductive politics and nonbiological public policies are rare. Laura Briggs offers an extensive examination of how all governments use and misuse reproductive bodies, a critical.


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Karen Paige The Politics of Reproductive Ritual Paperback – December 3, by Karen Ericksen Paige (Author), Jeffery M. Paige (Author)Cited by:   "The 'political theory' of reproductive rituals presented by Paige and Paige rests on three insights that elevate their book above previous explanatory, cross-cultural studies; that ritual is a form of politics, that rituals can be explained only in terms of motives held by sponsors, not in terms of benefits accruing to such non-sponsors as youthful initiates, and that rituals are motivated by self-interest.".

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Reproductive ritual: a continuation of politics by another means --The dilemma of menarche: female puberty rites --Male circumcision: the dilemma of fission --The dilemma of legitimacy: birth practices --Menstrual restrictions and sex segregation practices --Summary and implications for complex societies.

Acknowledgments was published in The Politics of Reproductive Ritual on page XI. Menstrual Restrictions and Sex Segregation Practices was published in The Politics of Reproductive Ritual on page The politics of reproductive ritual. Berkeley: University of California Press.

MLA Citation. Paige, Karen. and Paige, Jeffery M. The politics of reproductive ritual / Karen Ericksen Paige and Jeffery M. Paige, with the assistance of Linda Fuller and Elisabeth Magnus University of California Press Berkeley Australian/Harvard Citation. This book expands our understanding of the socio-cultural and spatial aspects of fertility, pregnancy and birth.

The chapters directly address global perspectives, the future of reproductive politics and state-focused approaches to the politicisation of fertility, pregnancy and birth.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Originally published in Reproductive Ritual examines fertility and re-production in pre-industrial England.

The book discusses both through anthropological research and reviews of contemporary literature that conscious family limitation was practised before the nineteenth century. Compare book prices from overbooksellers.

Find The Politics of Reproductive Ritual () by Paige, Karen Ericksen/5(2). Karen Ericksen Paige and Jeffrey M. Paige, The Politics of Reproductive RitualAuthor: Sue E. Estroff. Book Description. Originally published in Reproductive Ritual examines fertility and re-production in pre-industrial England.

The book discusses both through anthropological research and reviews of contemporary literature that conscious family limitation was practised before the nineteenth century.

Useful overview of reproductive politics, well-researched, neutral but feminist-informed tone. A great book to have on hand as a reference for anyone working in reproductive health policy, or anyone with questions about the sexual health debate.

flag Like see review Mills College Library added it4/5(13). • Reproductive health is a human right stated in international law. • Reproductive health plays an important role in morbidity, mortality and life expectancy.

• Reproductive health problems are the leading cause of women’s ill health and mortality worldwide. Description: This book provides an understanding of the complexities of political legitimacy in Islamic dynasties by examining Fatimid political culture in Egypt reconstructed from court rituals.

African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education. The Politics of Reproductive Ritual.

Karen Erickson Paige and Jeffrey M. Paige. The male reproductive system produces, sustains, and delivers sperm cells (spermatozoa) to the female reproductive tract. The female reproductive system produces, sustains, and allows egg cells (oocytes) to be fertilized by sperm.

it also supports the development of. Her book, Precarity Politics: How Conservatives and Progressives Mobilize Vulnerability and Risk in Political Debate builds from these specializations and is forthcoming from NYU press.

Her reproductive justice research is particularly concerned with how antidemocratic forces over the past decade mobilize narratives of pain, disgust.The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. the warnock report: the politics of reproductive technology patricia spallone women's studies.

University of York, Heslington, York YO1 5DD, U.K. Synopsis-The Warnock Report (the report of the Committee of Inquiry into Human Fertilisation and Embryology, requested by the government of Great Britain) is a crucial text in the discourse on.