By Sarah Earle (eds); Carol Komaromy (eds.); Linda Layne (eds.)
The research of human replica has fascinated about reproductive ‘success’ and at the fight to accomplish this, instead of at the even more universal adventure of ‘failure’, or reproductive loss. Drawing at the most modern study from the united kingdom and Europe, the USA, Australia and Africa, this quantity examines the adventure of reproductive loss in its widest feel to incorporate termination of being pregnant, miscarriage, stillbirth, perinatal and little one dying, in addition to - extra generally - the lack of wanted normative reviews similar to that linked to infertility, assisted copy and the medicalisation of 'high danger' being pregnant and start.
Exploring the commonalities, in addition to problems with distinction and variety, knowing Reproductive Loss offers overseas paintings from various multi-disciplinary views and may entice sociologists, anthropologists and different social scientists with pursuits in medication, overall healthiness, the physique, dying stories and gender.
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West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell. McCarthy, M. 2009a. Contraception and women with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 22(4), 363-369. McCarthy, M. 2009b. ‘I have the jab so I can’t be blamed for getting pregnant’: Contraception and women with learning disabilities. Women’s Studies International Forum, 32, 198-208. McCarthy, M. 2010a. Exercising choice and control - women with learning disabilities and contraception. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 38, 293-302.
And Kate who became pregnant twice after low-level ‘infertility’ treatment but was unable to get pregnant again following more treatment said, ‘I don’t think of myself primarily as a mother, I think of myself as Kate. ’ Such feelings of ambivalence are not new: Winifred Holtby was robust about her childlessness. She did not deny her strong maternal feelings towards small children, but neither did she indulge in sentimental regrets for the babies she would never bear. [she was] forthright and realistic about children.
However, as we argue in this chapter and elsewhere (Tilley et al. 2012), it is a mistake to regard sterilization as a mere historical aberration. Arguably, the credibility of scientific eugenicism waned following the Holocaust, but sterilization continued to be practised extensively in many countries after the discrediting of Nazi ideals, well into the 1970s. Instead, sterilization became reframed as being of social and therapeutic benefit (Dyer 1987, Thomson 1998), ideas which still persist today and carry unfortunate consequences for women’s rights and reproductive choice.
Understanding Reproductive Loss: Perspectives on Life, Death and Fertility by Sarah Earle (eds); Carol Komaromy (eds.); Linda Layne (eds.)