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Reproductive Rituals: The Perception of Fertility in England from the Sixteenth Century to the Nineteenth Century Paperback – January 1, Cited by: Reproductive Rituals: The Perception of Fertility in England from the 16th to the 19th Century [McLaren, Angus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Reproductive Rituals book Rituals: The Perception of Fertility in England from the 16th to the 19th Century5/5(1). Originally published in Reproductive Ritual examines fertility and re-production in pre-industrial England. The book discusses both through anthropological research and reviews of contemporary literature that conscious family limitation was practised before the nineteenth by: Originally published in Reproductive Ritual examines fertility and re-production in pre-industrial England.
The book discusses both through anthropological research and reviews of contemporary literature that conscious family limitation was practised before the nineteenth century. This is the introduction chapter of the book, which presents both the traditional view of procreation and the transformations it underwent; it employs anthropological suggestions but remains basically a Author: Angus McLaren.
Book Description. Originally published in Reproductive Ritual examines fertility and re-production in pre-industrial England. The book discusses both through anthropological research and reviews of contemporary literature that conscious family limitation was practised before the nineteenth century.
"The 'political theory' of reproductive rituals presented by Paige and Paige rests on three insights that elevate their book above previous explanatory, cross-cultural studies; that ritual is a form of politics, that rituals can be explained only in terms of motives held by sponsors, not in terms of benefits accruing to such non-sponsors as youthful initiates, and that rituals are motivated by self-interest.".
If you want to go beyond birth control and abortion, and dive into reproductive justice: Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights Movement by Jennifer Nelson.
Nelson's book brings to the forefront the women of color vocally advocating for legal abortion rights — often in opposition to those in their own : Robin Marty.
Reproductive rights: who decides. Is a well written book that demonstrates the struggles many females have faced for centuries. I began this book being pro life, but after reading about the methods women have used to induce abortion that typically led to greater chances of death, I've reconsidered my stance/5.
Reproductive rituals: the perception of fertility in England from the sixteenth century to the nineteenth century. The history of the family and of family size and structure in pre-industrial England has attracted a great deal of research, much concerned with fertility and morality levels.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Angus McLaren. Reproductive ritual: a continuation of politics by another means --The dilemma of menarche: female puberty rites --Male circumcision: the dilemma of fission --The dilemma of legitimacy: birth practices --Menstrual restrictions and sex segregation practices --Summary and implications for complex societies.
Patterns of marriage and divorce also embody features showing that the sexes act in their own reproductive best interests, for example, men initiating divorce later in life to find younger, more Author: Rebecca L.
Burch. Originally published in Reproductive Ritual examines fertility and re-production in pre-industrial England. The book discusses both through anthropological research and reviews of contemporary literature that conscious family limitation was practised before the nineteenth century.
The volume describes a surprising number of rules, regulations, taboos, injunctions, charms and herbal. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Politics of Reproductive Ritual () by Paige, Karen Ericksen/5(2).
Fertility rituals are still relied upon all over the world when couples are having problems conceiving. In case you’re curious. here are a few enigmatic fertility traditions to cover all your bases. After all, you never know if that giant penis outline in England is going to do the : Patrick A.
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If you suffer from impaired fecundity – the inability have a child – you know that the internet is a wide open space of too much information. It can be scary, overwhelming, and it’s tough to know what to take at face value, and what to disregard. Rituals book.
Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A man of independent means oddly suited to survival amid the chaos of mode /5.Their book, Politics and Reproductive Ritual, will be published by the University of California Press.
Paige is continuing research on world patterns in female puberty rites and practices associated with premarital virginity - concentrating on the themes of honor and shame - and she is also studying critical transition points in the life cycle.Vicki’s newest nonfiction book for young adults, Reproductive Rights: Who Decides (Twenty-First Century/Lerner, March ), received a *starred* review from BOOKLIST and has been named a Junior Library Guild selection.
From The Jacket Flap Throughout history, men and women have always found ways to control reproduction. In some ancient societies, people turned to herbs .