Feminist Perspectives on Reproductive Technologies: The Politics of Motherhood
Chokr, Nader N.
Technology in Society. 1992; 14(3): 317-333.
Adoption; Autonomy; Coercion; Contracts; Decision Making; Diagnosis; Females; Fetuses; Health; Health Services; Infertility; Males; Medicine; Mother Fetus Relationship; Mothers; Politics; Pregnant Women; Prenatal Diagnosis; Preventive Medicine; Remuneration; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Resource Allocation; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Social Control; Social Impact; Surrogate Mothers; Technology; Technology Assessment; Women's Health; Women's Health Services; Women's Rights;
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