captured womb

a history of medical care of pregnant women
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Blackwell , Oxford
StatementAnn Oakley.
The Physical Object
Pagination352 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20215933M

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In Author: Andrew Moscrop. The Captured Womb A history of the medical care of pregnant women () Chapter Women, the state and the medical profession Antenatal care has involved some kind of relationship between three elements in society: women, the state and the medical profession.

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About the author () Ann Oakley is Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the Social Science Research Unit at the Institute of Education, UK. She is the author of The Sociology of. The Captured Womb was one of several critical feminist perspectives of motherhood and medicine that Oakley published in the late s and early 80s.

In it she charts the professional dynamics and later technological developments by which pregnancy became “a distinct type of Author: Andrew Moscrop. Today's "facts" should be constantly scrutinized, and I thank the author for a stimulating book. Pierce Gardner Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics University of Chicago The Captured Womb.

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