Negotiating Reproductive Rights
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This book grows out of IRRRAG’s four years of collaborative research and analysis in seven countries: Brazil, Egypt, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, and the United States. Based on in-depth group and individual interviews with hundreds of women in diverse settings, the book asks when, whether and how grassroots women express a sense of entitlement or self-determina...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 15th 1998 by Zed Books
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Milo
I'd like to give this five stars, but I can't. Although adequately informative, it was exceedingly dry in parts, sometimes to the point that I had to stop mid-chapter and switch to something else to reawaken my brain. I'm also fairly sure that it's becoming increasingly outdated, an unfortunate problem.

You'll only get through this book if you really, really care about its content.
Aida
interesting read... talks about women's agency in the face of patriarchal control over their bodies and sexualities
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