9 edition of Disembodying women found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Barbara Duden ; translated by Lee Hoinacki.|
|LC Classifications||RG560 .D8313 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||93017478|
The book challenges the assumption that isolated self-sacrifice should be the norm in either pregnancy or childcare. Instead reproductive labor requires greater social support. Written from the perspective of a feminist philosopher, the book draws on the work of, and seeks to increase dialogue between, philosophers and childcare professionals Cited by: An extended study of gender and crime in early modern England. It considers the ways in which criminal behaviour and perceptions of criminality were informed by ideas about gender and order, and explores their practical consequences for the men and women who were brought before the criminal by:
Contending that new reproductive technologies represent another world historical moment, both in their forging of novel social relations and material processes of reproduction, and their manner of disembodying women in unprecedented ways - a disembodiment evident in recent visual and literary, popular and academic texts - this volume locates Cited by: 2. Duden B. Disembodying Women: Perspectives on Pregnancy and the Unborn. Harvard University Press; Cambridge, MA: [Google Scholar] Armstrong EM. Conceiving Risk, Bearing Responsibility: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Diagnosis of Moral Disorder. Johns Cited by:
Disembodying Women: perspectives on pregnancy and the unborn Pregnant women also have new activities such as childbirth classes or reading baby books.. This anxiety during the liminal stage is amplified by the changing behavior of people, that reminds moms-to-be that they are entering a new sphere of the society. Barbara Duden discusses the Nilsson’s photo essay in her book Disembodying Women, Perspectives on Pregnancy and the Unborn. She is concerned about how powerful these images are in a modern society that tends to believe what they are shown by people of authority and the media.
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In Disembodying Women, Barbara Duden takes a closer look at this contemporary transformation of women’s experience of pregnancy.
She suggests that advances in technology and parallel changes in public discourse have refrained pregnancy as a managed process, the mother as an ecosystem, and the fetus as an endangered species. Disembodying Women book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In earlier times, a woman knew she was pregnant when she experien 4/5.
In Disembodying Women, Barbara Duden takes a closer look at this contemporary transformation of women’s experience of pregnancy. She suggests that advances in technology and parallel changes in public discourse have refrained pregnancy as a managed process, the mother as an ecosystem, and the fetus as an endangered : $ Using scholarship, interviews, and direct observation in France and Brazil of two groups of professionals who play an especially important role in the production of knowledge about fetal development—fetopathologists and clinical geneticists—to expose the real-life dilemmas prenatal testing creates, this book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the sociopolitical conditions of biomedical innovation, the politics of women.
In Disembodying Women Barbara Duden takes a closer look at this contemporary transformation of women's experience of pregnancy. She suggests that advances in technology and parallel changes in public discourse have refrained pregnancy as a managed process, the mother as an ecosystem, and the fetus as an endangered species.
Overall, Disembodying Women was a useful source in informing my own historical enquiries, an important analysis of the foetus as a cultural symbol, and a pleasure to read. The points it raised sparked new questions and lines of enquiry, and the essay was a pleasure to write in the end as it became something that I was very passionate about researching.
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Each woman /5(). In Disembodying Women Barbara Duden takes a closer look at this contemporary transformation of women\'s experience of pregnancy. She suggests that advances in technology and parallel changes in public discourse have reframed pregnancy as a managed process, the mother as an ecosystem, and the fetus as an endangered species.
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Feder, and my colleagues in the Women's Studies Program at Simon Fraser University all contributed in some vital way to the intellectual and social milieu in which I wrote this book, and have taught me to think in new ways about feminist theory and practice.
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Barbara Duden. The truly astonishing thesis of the book is that because the fetus in the womb has at last become visible to the public in its earliest hours through the technology of the electron microscope, the public has come to worship and idolize the fetus in complete disregard for the mother.
By giving the fetus a body, it seems, we have disembodied women. Book Review: Disembodying Women: Perspectives on Pregnancy and the Unborn by Barbara Duden Barbara Duden is a German medical historian, specialising in the history of gender and of the body as a site for historical and critical exploration.
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