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Book Title:
Running After Pills: Politics, Gender, And Contraception In …
ISBN:

9780325070445

EAN:

9780325070445

Series:
Social History of Africa Ser.
Publication Year:
2003
Type:
Textbook
Format:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Publication Name:
Running after Pills : Politics, Gender, and Contraception in Colonial Zimbabwe
Author:
Amy Kaler
Item Length:
9.6in.
Publisher:
ABC-Clio, LLC
Item Width:
6.5in.
Item Weight:
18.9 Oz
Number of Pages:
264 Pages

Running After Pills: Politics, Gender, And Contraception In Colonial Zimbab…

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Kaler examines how modern contraceptive technologies, such as the pill and the Deop-Provera injection, were embroiled in gender and generation conflicts in Zimbabwe during the 1960s and 1970s. Kaler examines how modern contraceptive technologies, such as the pill and the Deop-Provera injection, were embroiled in gender and generation conflicts, and in the national liberation struggle, in Zimbabwe during the 1960s and 1970s. Based on extensive oral and archival research, the book shows the ways in which fertility and control over reproduction within marriage and the family influenced the development of the imagined community of the nascent Zimbabwean nation.

Product Identifiers

Publisher
ABC-Clio, LLC
ISBN-10
032507044x
ISBN-13
9780325070445
eBay Product ID (ePID)
12038285473
Product Key Features

Author
Amy Kaler
Publication Name
Running after Pills : Politics, Gender, and Contraception in Colonial Zimbabwe
Format
Hardcover
Language
English
Series
Social History of Africa Ser.
Publication Year
2003
Type
Textbook
Number of Pages
264 Pages
Dimensions

Item Length
9.6in.
Item Width
6.5in.
Item Weight
18.9 Oz
Additional Product Features

Number of Volumes
1 Vol.
Lc Classification Number
Hq766
Table of Content
Introduction The Institutional History of Family Planning in Rhodesia Blood and Boundaries: Local Knowledge of Physiologlogy and the Body Contraception as Subversion: Gender and Power in Marital Relationships Contraception as Disrespect: Fertility and Power in the Extended Family Cutting Down the Nation: Fertility and African Nationalism Conclusion Appendix: The Biography of a Research Project
Copyright Date
2003
Target Audience
College Audience
Topic
Reproductive Medicine & Technology, Africa / General, Africa / South / General, Gender Studies, Abortion & Birth Control, Public Policy / Social Services & Welfare, WORLD
Lccn
2002-191302
Dewey Decimal
363.9/6/096891
Dewey Edition
21
Illustrated
Yes
Genre
Medical, History, Social Science, Political Science

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