Reproduction, Globalization, and the State: New Theoretical and Ethnographic Perspectives

Reproduction Globalization and the State New Theoretical and Ethnographic Perspectives Reproduction Globalization and the State conceptualizes and puts into practice a global anthropology of reproduction and reproductive health Leading anthropologists offer new perspectives on how tra

  • Title: Reproduction, Globalization, and the State: New Theoretical and Ethnographic Perspectives
  • Author: Carole H. Browner Carolyn F. Sargent Rayna Rapp Susan L. Erikson
  • ISBN: 9780822349600
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reproduction, Globalization, and the State conceptualizes and puts into practice a global anthropology of reproduction and reproductive health Leading anthropologists offer new perspectives on how transnational migration and global flows of communications, commodities, and biotechnologies affect the reproductive lives of women and men in diverse societies throughout the wReproduction, Globalization, and the State conceptualizes and puts into practice a global anthropology of reproduction and reproductive health Leading anthropologists offer new perspectives on how transnational migration and global flows of communications, commodities, and biotechnologies affect the reproductive lives of women and men in diverse societies throughout the world Based on research in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Western Europe, their fascinating ethnographies provide insight into reproduction and reproductive health broadly conceived to encompass population control, HIV AIDS, assisted reproductive technologies, paternity tests, sex work, and humanitarian assistance The contributors address the methodological challenges of research on globalization, including ways of combining fine grained ethnography with analyses of large scale political, economic, and ideological forces Their essays reveal complex interactions among global and state population policies and politics public health, human rights, and feminist movements diverse medical systems various religious practices, doctrines, and institutions and intimate relationships and individual aspirations.Contributors Aditya Bharadwaj, Caroline H Bledsoe, Carole H Browner, Junjie Chen, Aimee R Eden, Susan L Erikson, Didier Fassin, Claudia Lee Williams Fonseca, Ellen Gruenbaum, Matthew Gutmann, Marcia C Inhorn, Mark B Padilla, Rayna Rapp, Lisa Ann Richey, Carolyn Sargent, Papa Sow, Cecilia Van Hollen, Linda Whiteford

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