3 edition of Reproductive technologies and women found in the catalog.
Reproductive technologies and women
Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.
|Other titles||Femmes et technologies de procreation : outils de recherches.|
|Statement||edited by the CRIAW/ICREF Working Group on Reproductive Technologies = Femmes et technologies de procréation : outils de recherches / édité par le Groupe de travail sur les technologies de reproduction de l"ICREF/CRIAW.|
|LC Classifications||Z6663.R4 R46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||133 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||133|
Delivers current knowledge from global experts at the forefront of fertility and ART healthcare. The first publication of its kind, this book on fertility and assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a globally focused, authoritative guide tostate-of-the-art information about modern fertility and ART : $ Science Fiction in Reproductive Ethics and Feminist Studies. Rapidly changing reproductive technologies—from assisted conception to surrogacy, cloning, birth control, and more—have been a central area of concern in both science fiction and STS (see, for example: Strathern ; Franklin , , ; Rapp ; and Teman ).
Assisted reproduction can raise complicated ethical challenges for the individuals involved, health care professionals, and the greater society. Infertility treatments today create new definitions of parents and children and require a rethinking of the conventional notions of family. For families facing infertility, decisions about family building become complex. One ethical dilemma associated. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Ch. 1. The rise of reproductive technologies Artificial insemination and animals / R.H. Foote Eugenics and the rise of American sperm banks / Cynthia R. Daniels, Janet Golden Amniocentesis helps detect fetal diseases / Rayna Rapp The world's first text-tube baby / Robert .
A wide-ranging history of assisted reproductive technologies and their ethical implications. Finalist of the PROSE Award for Best Book in History of Science, Medicine and Technology by the Association of American Publishers. Interestingly enough, when asked whether reproductive technologies would have developed differently if women scientists and policy makers were in charge, Firestone answered: "there is a hope that `yes'."13 And somehow in the middle of the spectrum, we have feminists who, although agreeing with some of the rejectionist claims, view new Cited by: 1.
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New Reproductive Technologies, Women′s Health and Autonomy: Freedom or Dependency. (Alternatives in Development): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: In the first book to examine the industry of reproductive technology from the perspective of the consumer, Gay Becker scrutinizes the staggering array of medical options available to women and men with fertility problems and assesses the toll―both financial and emotional―that the quest for a biological child often exacts from would-be by: The first publication of its kind, this book on fertility and assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a globally focused, authoritative guide to state-of-the-art information about modern fertility and ART healthcare.
Written for clinicians, public health officials, women’s health experts,Price: $ KATH GELBER discusses the issues raised in a controversial new book, Women as Wombs: Reproductive Technologies and the battle over Women's Freedom, by Janice G.
Raymond. The book is published by Spinifex Press, at a recommended retail price of $ Human Assisted Reproductive Technology: Future Trends in Laboratory and Clinical Practice (Cambridge Medicine (Hardcover)) by David K.
Gardner, Botros R. Rizk, et al. Since the first edition of Reproductive Technologies and the Law was published, the field of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) has advanced, matured, stabilized and stalled.
Now that more than five million children have been born via ART, and nearly three out of every babies born in the United States are the product of assisted conception, the impact and import of the field cannot be : Ring-bound.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 20 cm: Contents: Reproductive technologies and women book. Motherhood, medicine Reproductive technologies and women book men: who's in control. In vitro fertilisation: man makes embyo --The masculine dream of quality control: genetic engineering --Woman as a dissolving capsule: the challenge of fetal personhood --The depersonalisation of birth mothers: so-called surrogacy.
Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights Movement by Jennifer Nelson. Nelson's book brings to the forefront the women of color vocally advocating for legal abortion rights — often in opposition Author: Robin Marty. Below, I will sketch out the social context for disability in our society and then discuss from the perspective of disability rights the six areas of reproductive concerns featured in other segments of this book: prenatal screening, time limits on abortion, fetus as patient, reproductive Cited by: Women’s Review of Books, Rayna Rapp asserts that women “want other things from reproductive technology than merely to get it off our backs” (Rapp,p.
Desire becomes deterministic. Hilary Rose argues that “the IVF cat is out of the bag, and– whatever else IVF does – it meets real needs for (some) real Size: KB. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Related Pages. What is Assisted Reproductive Technology.
Patient Resources. ART has been used in the United States since to help women become pregnant. ART Success Rates. Find the latest reports, data, spreadsheets, presentations, and other resources.
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Whether it is in-vitro fertilization, sperm injection, surrogacy, cryopreservation, or intrauterine insemination, assisted reproductive technology (ART) has revolutionized our understanding of pregnancy, birth, infertility, and women’s bodies.
Viewed by some as a technological quick-fix for infertility, ARTs create both challenges and opportunities, and responses to them have sought to. ♥ Book Title: Principles and Practice of Assisted Reproductive Technology ♣ Name Author: Kamini A Rao ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: Uq52DwAAQBAJ Download File Start Reading.
Welcome. This guide will serve as a starting point for Shippensburg University students wishing to conduct research on various aspects of the national debate over reproductive will find sources that introduce you to your topic and keep you up-to-date with links to news articles, research websites, journal articles, and research reports concerning reproductive technologies.
Feminism and reproductive technologies. Callahan JC. Rowland is a social scientist and a radical feminist, and she has undertaken the task of making readers think twice about reproductive technologies.
If a reader isn't thinking twice, it will not do to blame it on Rowland and the shortcomings of her by: 1. This book revisits the regulation of assisted reproduction and advances the debate on from the now much-discussed issues that arose from IVF, offering a critical analysis of the regulatory challenges raised by new reproductive technologies on the : Amel Alghrani.
Book Description. Assisted Reproductive Technologies in the Global South and North critically analyses the political and social frameworks of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), and its impact in different countries.
In the context of a worldwide social pressure to conceive – particularly for women – this collection explores the effect of the development of ARTs, growing globalisation. This timely anthology helps students examine the normative and conceptual issues raised by recent innovations in human reproduction, including in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer, and surrogate motherhood.
Broad-based and interdisciplinary, it gathers together essays of remarkable depth and philosophical sophistication by legal scholars, health care professionals, scientists, and. Reproductive Technologies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Infertility has caused much human misery. After centuries of try /5. SUMMER —ARTIFICIAL REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY Contents Page EDITORIAL STRATFORD CALDECOTT KATHLEEN CURRAN SWEENEY — Letter MICHAEL HANBY — Begging the Human Question BOOK REVIEWS JULIANA WEBER — Human Dignity and Reproductive Technology CATHERINE SIENKIEWICZ MARY SHIVANANDAN — Women and ART 94 98 File Size: KB.For nonfiction works that critique reproductive technologies through a feminist lens.
Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Yeah! Women over 35 years of age, get your prune juice and cane in hand.
While doctors classify “high risk pregnancy” for women ab the language of geriatrics is hardly helpful when assisted reproductive technology (ART) exists precisely to help women get pregnant in the first : Julian Vigo.