Published in Annual review of sociology
It is argued that gender relations and social reproduction were both shaped by macrohistorical processes and shaped the processes. Social reproduction is defined within feminist theory as more than production in the Marxist sense. Societal reproduction is a combination of the organization of production, the organization of social reproduction, the ...
Mode of access: Internet. / Originally published monthly: Tōkyō : Shokugyō Fujinsha, 1924-1925. Reprinted with Shokugyō Fujin and Fujin undō. Includes cumulative index: "Fujin undō" kaisetsu, sōmokuji, sakuin.
Mode of access: Internet. / Originally published monthly: ToÌkyoÌ : ShokugyoÌ Fujinsha, 1923. Reprinted with Fujin to roÌdoÌ and Fujin undoÌ. Includes cumulative index: "Fujin undoÌ" kaisetsu, soÌmokuji, sakuin.
Abstract: Feminist perspectives on balance take one of two forms: they are critiques of either "bad balance'' or "balance as usual.'' While the critique of bad balance has led to some important feminist interventions in the regulatory arena, the feminist critique of balance-as-usual holds that the ideal of balance is itself problematic. Résumé: Les...
Published in Women's health journal
As a non-invasive means of early abortion, RU-486 has the potential to increase women's reproductive options; at the same time, the "abortion pill" has stimulated debate about the ethics and safety of new medical technologies. When combined with a prostaglandin (PG), the success rate for RU-486 is 96% for pregnancies of up to 9 weeks' gestation. In...