Books in category Social Science – Abortion & Birth Control

  • Fetal Positions

    Fetal Positions
    Karen Newman

    Containing a wealth of illustrations, a critical study of images of fetuses, pregnancy, and childbirth from the sixteenth century to the present traces the influence of such images on public and professional opinion about abortion and …

  • From Abortion to Reproductive Freedom

    From Abortion to Reproductive Freedom
    Marlene Gerber Fried

    This anthology argues for an expansion of the single-issue abortion-rights movement into a multi-cultural feminist movement in the United States.

  • Behind Every Choice is a Story

    Behind Every Choice is a Story
    Gloria Feldt, Carol Trickett Jennings

    Taken together, they provide a social context beyond the political public forum for reproductive rights and health care choices. These are stories that speak in personal, quiet voices of people whose lives are defined by their choices.

  • Historical and Multicultural Encyclopedia of Women s Reproductive Rights in the United States

    Historical and Multicultural Encyclopedia of Women’s Reproductive Rights in the United States
    Judith A. Baer

    An indispensable reference guide for scholars and students interested in the arguments concerning the claims of whether, when, and how children are, or are not, to be conceived in the contemporary United States.

  • Abortion the Truth about the Lie One Woman s Choice

    Abortion: the Truth about the Lie; One Woman’s Choice
    Elizabeth Clyne

    This is her story. It is her memorial. The skeletons in her closet will haunt her no more. Want relief? Read this book.

  • Champion of Choice

    Champion of Choice
    Cathleen Miller

    This book is the first to examine Sadik’s contribution to history and the unconventional methods she has employed to go head-to-head with world leaders to improve millions of women’s lives.

  • Re thinking Abortion

    Re-thinking Abortion
    Mary Boyle

    This book will be of interest to all those engaged with feminist thinking, whether as student, academic, or professional in practice.

  • Girls on the Stand

    Girls on the Stand
    Helena Silverstein

    In making this case, the book casts doubt not only on the structure of parental involvement mandates but also on the naive faith in the law that sustains them.

  • The Death of Humanity

    The Death of Humanity
    Richard Weikart

    The Death of Humanity explores our culture's declining respect for the sanctity of human life, drawing on philosophy and history to reveal the dark road ahead for society if we lose our faith in human life. Does Human Life Matter?

  • Third Party Assisted Conception Across Cultures

    Third Party Assisted Conception Across Cultures
    Eric Blyth, Ruth Landau

    First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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