Reproductive Justice: A Global Concern (Women's Psychology Women's Psychology)

Reproductive Justice: A Global Concern (Women's Psychology Women's Psychology)

Reproductive Justice: A Global Concern (Women's Psychology Women's Psychology)

Every woman in the world has the right to control her own body, plan her family, receive good quality medical care, and give birth to a healthy baby. This book takes a comprehensive look at the status of women's reproductive rights from a transnational, human-rights perspective.


• Contributions from 25 distinguished international scholars with research, practice, and public policy expertise on reproductive rights

• Bibliography with each chapter

• Concluding chapter on international public policy

Review
"This book provides a solid overview of what is included in the concept of women's reproductive justice and offers a starting point for those interested in exploring this topic. In sum, this is a volume that needs to exist." - Sex Roles

"Reproductive Justice: A Global Concern reflects and documents the maturation of an emerging perspective into a subfield. It should be widely read, used in teaching, and celebrated as an example of how psychology can be fully attentive to social structures and contexts, as well as contribute to understanding and addressing important social issues arising in women's most private and personal experiences worldwide." - PsycCRITIQUES

"Edited by feminist psychologist Joan...

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