Surrogate motherhood and the politics of reproduction is feminist political sociology at its finest monica j casper author of the making of the unborn patient policy and law on surrogacy and related issues remain in flux as do societys views as to the directions in which we should move. Reproductive politics and debates about families and children at the end of the twentieth century shaped how social actors from politicians and political activists to feminists and infertile women chose to frame the problem of surrogacy legislative debates over surrogate motherhood prominently featured the rhetoric of reproductive choice and all parties claimed the problem as a womens . Buy surrogate motherhood and the politics of reproduction from kogancom 8220susan markens has written an original insightful book about reproductive politics in the united states sure to be of wide intellectual and public interest. surrogate motherhood and the politics of reproduction is the definitive account of how and why surrogacy emerged as a political issue in the late 20th century and the alarming lag in us social policy in the face of rapidly advancing technologies that challenge our basic understandings of motherhood and kinship. Surrogate motherhood and the politics of reproduction surrogate motherhood and the politics of reproduction susan markens university of california press berkeley los angeles london university of california press one of the most distinguished university presses in the united states enriches lives around the world by advancing scholarship in the humanities social sciences and natural sciences
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