- Author:Margaret Sheffield
- Publisher:Cape, Jonathan (July 14, 1988)
- Pages:32 pages
- Subcategory:Women's Health
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by Margaret Sheffield. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780394570655. Release Date: July 1989.
Margaret Sheffield was born in New Zealand. She received a Science degree from the University of Otago. After teaching in New Zealand and then in London, she joined the BBC as a producer of radio programs for schools
Margaret Sheffield was born in New Zealand. After teaching in New Zealand and then in London, she joined the BBC as a producer of radio programs for schools. She wrote several books for children, most notably Where Do Babies Come from? (1972).
Life Blood New Image for Menstruation: ISBN 9780224025652 (978-0-224-02565-2) Hardcover, Cape, Jonathan, 1988. Life Blood: ISBN 9780224025768 (978-0-224-02576-8) Softcover, Random House Children's Books (A Division of Random House Group), 1988. Where Do Babies Come From? by Margaret Sheffield. ISBN 9780224029674 (978-0-224-02967-4) Softcover, Jonathan Cape, 1984. Coauthors & Alternates.
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New Blood" offers a fresh interdisciplinary look at feminism-in-flux. For over three decades, menstrual activists have questioned the safety and necessity of feminine care products while contesting menstruation as a deeply entrenched taboo. Through her critical ethnographic lens, Chris Bobel shows how a little-known yet enduring force in the feminist health, environmental, and consumer rights movements lays bare tensions between second- and third-wave feminisms and reveals a complicated story of continuity and change within the women's movement.