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Author Name    Mohan Rao (ed.)

Title   The Unheard Scream: Reproductive Health and Women's Lives in India

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   New

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   New Delhi, India Zubaan

ISBN    8186706704 / 9788186706701

Seller ID   027133

The International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) at Cairo brought about a "paradigm shift" in the way population is conceptualized. This involves going beyond maternal health and family planning, to the broader framework of reproductive health and rights. How has India fared with the paradigm shift? Is this about population control by other means? Is it about the social roots of illness, disease and death among women? This revelatory collection of essays by journalists explores a range of issues - from the Quinacrine sterilization scandal, to the rip-off that is the assisted reproduction industry, to the declining age of marriage among Muslim girls in Malabar. Winners of the Panos Reproductive Health Media Fellowship, these journalists reveal how issues in women's health are deeply imbricated in the lives of Indian women. Contents Cairo and After Flip Flops on Population Policy State-of-the-Art Cycle Pumps Selling the Parenthood Dream Grass Widows of Bihar Women as Vectors Health and the Rights of Sex Workers in India Even If We Shout There is No One to Hear Reproductive Health Issues among the Marginalized Population of Nagaland The Silent Transition Indian Women and Menopause The Gulf Wife Syndrome Safe Motherhood, Unsafe Deliveries For a Few Dollars More Women in Export Processing Zones The Politics of Silence Introducing Sex Education in India Women and AIDS in India Doubly Discriminated Tge Land of Vanishing Girls Sex selective Abortion in Punjab Quick-fix Medical Ethics Quinacrine Sterlization and the Ethics of Contraceptive Trials Contributors. Printed Pages: 320.

Reproductive Health India

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