vendredi 16 août 2013

Maternité et médecine

Western Maternity and Medicine, 1880-1990

Janet Greenlees, Glasgow Caledonian University & Linda Bryder, University of Auckland

  • Hardcover: 240 pages
  • Éditeur: Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Ltd (1 septembre 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1848934343
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848934344

The contributors to this collection look into the experiences of women in the Western world going through pregnancy and birth over the last hundred years. Essays explore the impact of the professionalization of the medical services, the factors that influenced women's decisions over their choice of health care and whether childbirth was seen as a natural or a medical event.

Western Maternity and Medicine: An Introduction – Linda Bryder and Janet Greenlees

1 Safely Delivered? Insights into Late Nineteenth-Century Australian Maternity Care from Coronial Inquests into Maternal Deaths – Madonna Grehan

2 Pregnancy, Pathology and Public Morals: Making Antenatal Care in Edinburgh around 1900 – Salim Al-Gailani

3 ‘The Peculiar and Complex Female Problem’: The Church of Scotland and Health Care for Unwed Mothers, 1900–1948 – Janet Greenlees

4 Taking ‘Advantage of the Facilities and Comforts … Offered’: Women’s Choice of Hospital Delivery in Interwar Edinburgh – Alison Nuttall

5 ‘What Women Want’: Childbirth Services and Women’s Activism in New Zealand, 1900–1960 – Linda Bryder

6 ’Twixt God and Geography: The Development of Maternity Services in Twentieth-Century Ireland – Lindsey Earner-Byrne

7 Test Tubes and Turpitude: Medical Responses to the Infertile Patient in Mid-Twentieth-Century Scotland – Gayle Davis

8 Women’s Experiences of the Maternity Services in Berkshire and Oxfordshire,c.1970–1990 – Angela Davis

9 From Muller to Johnson Controls: Mothers and Workplace Health in the US, from Protective Labour Legislation to Fetal Protection Policies – Allison L Hepler

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