2 edition of Perspectives on the politics of abortion found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ted G. Jelen.|
|Contributions||Jelen, Ted. G.|
|LC Classifications||HQ767.5.U5 P48 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||95006937|
The well-formulated moral, spiritual and political argument on abortion from the conservative Christian and Catholic view is relatively new in the scheme of things. There are no specific references to abortion in the Bible, either within Old Testament law or in Jesus’ teachings or the writings of Paul and other writers in the New : Christina Forrester. So, yeah, he wasn't picking a side (which is awesome), he was just explaining how much the debate over abortion has taken over politics. Throughout the book, we get many different opinions without any character making a decision on which is the "less of the two evils", to quote the book.
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Perspectives on the Politics of Abortion examines the abortion issue from ethical, empirical, and legal angles and offers some rather unconventional analyses and surprising conclusions with regard to this familiar issue. One chapter argues Perspectives on the politics of abortion book the emphasis on rights has made illegal and occasionally violent activity on the part of pro-life activists increasingly : Hardcover.
From the Back Cover. While there is extensive literature on the social Perspectives on the politics of abortion book, politics, and legal aspects of birth control and abortion in the United States, the history of family planning as a policy remains to be fully recorded.
This volume is intended to contribute to this history by examining birth control and abortion within a larger cultural, Author: Donald T. Critchlow. Wade, the Supreme Court advanced a particular agenda by effectively silencing the normal, political debate on abortion at the state level (even though some states had already passed pro-choice legislation).
How abortion-industry capitalists teamed up with radical feminists in the late Perspectives on the politics of abortion book to define abortion as a basic by: 1. Perspectives on the Politics of Abortion examines the abortion issue from ethical, empirical, and legal angles and offers some rather unconventional analyses and surprising conclusions with regard to Read more.
General chapters on induced abortion, demographic research and abortion policy, and social pressures to abort are also included. This unique approach to the study of abortion will contribute to a greater understanding of a Perspectives on the politics of abortion book social by: 8.
Perspectives on the Politics of Abortion. Edited by Ted G. Jelen. Westport, CT: Praeger, p. $ MaryAnne Borrelli, Connecticut College This book is well titled: Its four substantive chapters present highly contrasting perspectives on the politics of abortion.
The Politics of Abortion book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In The Politics of Abortion, Anne Hendershott carefully analyzes /5. The Politics of Abortion and Birth Control in Historical Perspective.
While there is extensive literature on the social history, politics, and legal aspects of birth control and abortion in the United States, the history of family planning as a policy remains to be fully recorded. While the political and social climates in which women seek abortions vary from place to place, many of the chapters try to understand the moral implications that guide the decision to end a.
Focusing primarily on developing nations, Perspectives on the politics of abortion book important contribution to the literature on abortion provides readers with a careful overview of the different meanings attached to abortion depending Perspectives on the politics of abortion book the cultural, social, and political climate.
Areas covered include Tanzania, Bangladesh, West Africa, Ghana, Romania, Russia, Mexico, and Nigeria. Of course, no Supreme Court ruling on abortion could resolve the attendant moral questions, such as those concerning the status of the fetus or the nature of the abortion act itself. Hence, many of the central issues in the abortion debate remain unresolved.
Written from a wide range of perspectives, the essays focus on five elements: Roe : Jay L. Garfield. Abortion Politics: Public Policy in Cross-cultural Perspective. Abortion Politics: Public Policy in Cross Cultural Perspective focuses on current abortion policy and practice in the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan and aims to provide a comprehensive, stimulating and balanced picture of current abortion policy in a cross-cultural perspective.
A core argument is that preexisting public opinion enabled activist leaders to embed the anti (pro) abortion movement in a web of conservative (liberal) causes. A key finding is that the white evangelical laity’s support for conservative abortion policies preceded the political mobilization of evangelical leaders into the pro-life movement.
The book looks into the topic of abortion from both an objective and subjective perspective. It actually offers generic information to readers, while giving them room to make their own choices.
There is no biased content as each party is capable of detailing their opinions/understanding about the topic of abortion. (), pp. – Dag Stenvoll is a research fellow at the Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies and a Ph.D. student at the Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen.
He has published articles and a book (all in Norwegian) on Norwegian politics of abortion and reproductive by: “The abortion issue has been an indicator of a larger symptom of our politics of the last 40 years,” says Daniel Williams, a history professor at.
The Politics of Abortion and Birth Control in Historical Perspective Edited by Donald T. Critchlow While there is extensive literature on the social history, politics, and legal aspects of birth control and abortion in the United States, the history of family planning as.
Perspectives on Politics seeks to provide a space for broad and synthetic discussion within the political science profession and between the profession and the broader scholarly and reading publics.
Such discussion necessarily draws on and contributes to the scholarship published in the more specialized journals that dominate our discipline. The Sociocultural and Political Aspects of Abortion: Global Perspectives By Alaka Malwade Basu Praeger, Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on abortion.
Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Wish I could get my Dad to read this so that maybe he could view the pro-choice stance from a non-religious perspective and try to understand the politics surrounding abortion and what it has and does mean for women and their bodies /5.
The book is famous for the quote, "A person's a person, no matter how small." This quote has been co-opted by many pro-life groups.
It is unlikely that Seuss intended a political message about abortion, since the book was written in the s while abortion didn't become legal in the United States until the s. Perspectives on the Politics of Abortion examines the abortion issue from ethical, empirical, and legal angles and offers some rather unconventional analyses and surprising conclusions with regard to this familiar issue.
One chapter argues that the emphasis on rights has made illegal and occasionally violent activity on the part of pro-life activists increasingly : Patricia Fauser, Jeanne Lewis, Joel A. Setzen, Finian Taylor, Ted G. Jelen. An abortion is a medical or surgical procedure that deliberately ends a pregnancy before an embryo or fetus is born.
Opponents of abortion typically object to the practice for religious or ethical reasons, contending that the procedure constitutes the cruel termination of what they consider to be a viable human life. Abortion: The Clash of Absolutes: Laurence H. Tribe. Trade Paperback, Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard, Tribe attempts to outline the difficult issues and why legal resolution is so difficult.
Abortion Controversy: 25 Years After Roe vs. Wade, A Reader: Louis J. Pojman and Francis J. Beckwith. Trade Paperback, Views on abortion by political party and ideology, Conservative Republicans and Republican leaners are far more likely to say abortion should be illegal in all or most cases than to say that it should be legal (77% vs.
22%). Among moderate and liberal Republicans, 57% say abortion should be legal, while 41% say it should be illegal. debate on abortion is the mindset of these perspectives of thought influenced by different values.
Abortion is an issue, which affects every country in the globe. In countries that have decriminalized abortion, women are spared of the dire conse-quences of illegal abortion.
In many other countries wherein abortion is a. Synopsis. While there is extensive literature on the social history, politics, and legal aspects of birth control and abortion in the United States, the history of family planning as a policy remains to be fully recorded.
This volume is intended to contribute to this history by examining birth control and abortion within a larger cultural, policy. Seminar paper from the year in the subject Theology - Systematic Theology, grade: 18/20, University of Glasgow, language: English, abstract: In concentrating on abortion legislation this essay focuses on one particular aspect of the vast discussion on the disputable issue of abortion.
It is the endeavour to come to a solid stance on how Christians can take on their responsibility. The most controversial of abortion issues is the so-called "partial birth" abortion, a rare procedure. Beginning in the mids, Republicans in the U.S.
House of Representatives and U.S. Senate introduced legislation to ban "partial birth" : Kathy Gill. The concept of the politics of reproduction synthesizes local and global perspectives. Abortion Policy and Politics in this important book uses critical perspectives to understand.
Get this from a library. The politics of abortion and birth control in historical perspective. [Donald T Critchlow;] -- While there is extensive literature on the social history, politics, and legal aspects of birth control and abortion in the United States, the history of family planning as a policy remains to be.
The book contrasts the worldviews of pro-choice and anti-abortion activists, arguing that the two sides of the debate on abortion are rooted in different sets of. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: induced abortion in a changing world / John C. Caldwell, Pat Caldwell --Abortion: a worldwide overview / Susheela Singh, Stanley K.
Henshaw, Kathleen Berentsen --The challenge of induced abortion research: transdisciplinary perspectives / Axel I. Mundigo. Asking Planned Parenthood to step out of politics is like asking the organization to simply avoid its attackers, she said, and downplaying abortion is a way of perpetuating shame.
Research conducted by abortion providers has not only impacted the field of abortion, but other areas of medicine as well.
Over the years, the body of scientific literature on topics such as pain management, cervical ripening and various methods of dilation, medical abortion regimens, and early surgical abortion has grown significantly because. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. With 45 to 50 million abortions performed annually around the globe, one can rightly speak of an abortion holocaust. This is something everyone, and especially Christians, should be greatly concerned about.
Sadly however, many believers do not seem aware of, or bothered by, the horrors of abortion. Perhaps one way to get modern-day Christians to [ ].
These essays, by widely respected scholars in fields ranging from social and political theory to historical sociology and cultural studies, illuminate the significance of the public/private distinction for an increasingly wide range of debates.
Commenting on controversies surrounding such issues as abortion rights, identity politics, and the requirements of democratization, many of these. Abortion Politics: Public Policy in Cross Cultural Perspective focuses on current abortion policy and practice in the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan and aims to provide a comprehensive, stimulating and balanced picture of current abortion policy in a cross-cultural perspective.
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The debate about pdf is roughly centered around whether a woman should or pdf not have the option of aborting her pregnancy. However, the main two terms used when discussing the topic of abortion are “pro-life” and “pro-choice.” Both of these terms are problematic in their own ways, and both of them offer misconceptions about Author: Ray Myers.This book examines issues surrounding abortion and abortion practices in the United States through the perspectives of multiple disciplines, including sociology, anthropology, philosophy, community health, theology, and political science.2/5(1).Ebook ideologies have two dimensions: (1) goals: how society should be organized; and (2) methods: the most ebook way to achieve this goal.
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