- Author:Janet Hadley
- Publisher:Temple University Press; 1 edition (November 7, 1996)
- Pages:209 pages
- Subcategory:Women's Studies
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Janet Hadley: Temple University Press, £1. 9, pp 250 ISBN 1 56639 506 2. This book documents the rise . This book documents the rise and current fall of extreme antiabortion activity in the United States. Organisations such as Operation Rescue, which thought it acceptable to shoot at doctors working in abortion clinics, repelled moderate antiabortion activists and voters. Clinton may be vaguely pro-choice, but he has done little to prevent antiabortionists from chipping away at abortion legislation, virtually eliminating abortion in practice while leaving it constitutionally intact.
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In recent years, public debate has raged over the issue of maternal choice. While personal testimony and political argument have received widespread attention, artistic representations of birth and abortion have been submerged. Judith Wilt offers the first look at how contemporary writers tell and retell the stories that shape our perceptions about abortion. She reveals that the struggle to plot these painful, complex narratives of choice, control, guilt, loss, and liberation has preoccupied an astonishing number of our most distinguished novelists, male and female alike.
Abortion : Between Freedom and Necessity. This book analyzes the international politics of abortion, the medical and social pressures and the impact of restricting or liberalizing abortion policies. By (author) Janet Hadley. It looks at questions such as: does abortion encourage teenage pregnancies?; does it harm a woman's physical or mental health?; how late should abortion be permitted?; and does a foetus have a right to life? show more. Format Hardback 238 pages. Dimensions 158 x 240mm 574g. Publication date 25 Apr 1996. Publisher Little, Brown Book Group.
Xiv, 250 pages ; 24 cm. Janet Hadley, in this fascinating and meticulously argued book, considers abortion politics with an international perspective and explores some of the new issues affecting the abortion controversy, such as the abortion pill a. . Janet Hadley, in this fascinating and meticulously argued book, considers abortion politics with an international perspective and explores some of the new issues affecting the abortion controversy, such as the abortion pill and prenatal testing for birth defects. She challenges many of the arguments offered by the pro-life and pro-choice advocates, arguing for a renewed feminist commitment to abortion as a fundamental element of sexual freedom. Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-240) and index.
Freedom and Necessity. Chapter 12 of Philosophical Essays, 1954. WHEN I am said to have done something of my own free will it is implied that I could have acted otherwise; and it is only when it is believed that I could have acted otherwise that I am held to be morally responsible for what I have done. Now it is commonly assumed both that men are capable of acting freely, in the sense that is required to make them morally responsible, and that human behaviour is entirely governed by causal laws: and it is the apparent conflict between these two assumptions that gives rise to the philosophical problem of the freedom of the will.
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Abortion is still not talked about. Few women admit to having one. It is too personal, and it is still taboo. Yet this intimate personal issue has become sensationally and bewilderingly public, it has even brought down governments, a paradox which the author found intriguing enough to start her on the project of this book.
This book couldn't be more welcome, more timely. The first book to focus on abortion decision making, this self-help counseling resource takes a decidedly positive stance
This book couldn't be more welcome, more timely. It takes an overlooked position, that abortion is not the lesser of two evils but a positive turning point in many women's lives. In addition to absorbing countless studies, Lunneborg talked with more than 100 women who have had abortions as well as with health care workers and counselors. The first book to focus on abortion decision making, this self-help counseling resource takes a decidedly positive stance. Challenging the view that abortion is the lesser of two evils, Patricia Lunneborg maintains that it is moral, life-enhancing, supportive to families, and beneficial to the lives of millions of women.