Monday, December 26, 2011

More Reproductive Anthropology Readings

So, the semester got away from my and I never did keep up with typing up my Anthropology of Reproduction readings and notes. But hey, half of the syllabus is pretty good. Here is a list of the rest of the readings, in case you're interested personally, academically, or educationally!

Past reading lists and notes are available here: Anthropology of Reproduction Part 1, Anthropology of Reproduction Part 2, and Childbirth/Breastfeeding Day in Anthropology



Abortion
Chi, B. K., T. Gammeltoft, et al. (2010). "Induced abortion among HIV-positive women in Quang Ninh and Hai Phong, Vietnam." Tropical Medicine & International Health 15(10): 1172-1178.

Grossman, D., K. Holt, et al. (2010). "Self-induction of abortion among women in the United States." Reproductive Health Matters 18(36): 136-146.

Joffe, C. and T. Weitz (2003) Normalizing the exceptional: incorporating the “abortion pill” into mainstream medicine. Social Science and Medicine 56:2353-2366.

Roth, R. (2004) Do Prisoners Have Abortion Rights? Feminist Studies 30,2:353-381.

Schuster, S. (2010). "Women's experiences of the abortion law in Cameroon." Reproductive Health Matters 18 (35): 137-144.


Infertility/Assisted Reproduction
Bharadwaj, A. (2003) Why adoption is not an option in India: the visibility of infertility, the secrecy of donor insemination, and other cultural complexities. Social Science and Medicine 56:1867-1880.

Berend, Z. (2010). "Surrogate Losses." Medical Anthropology Quarterly 24(2): 240-262.

Birenbaum-Carmelia, D and M. Dirnfeldb (2008) In Vitro Fertilisation Policy in Israel and Women’s Perspectives: The More the Better? Reproductive Health Matters 16(31):182–191.

Friese, C. G. Becker, and R.D. Nachtigall (2008) Older motherhood and the changing life course in the era of reproductive technologies. Journal of Aging Studies 22 (2008) 65–73.

Hough, C. A. (2010). "Loss in childbearing among Gambia's kanyalengs: Using a stratified reproduction framework to expand the scope of sexual and reproductive health." Social Science & Medicine 71(10): 1757-1763


Sexually Transmitted Infections
Buelna, C., E. Ulloa, and  M. Ulibarri, (2009) Sexual Relationship Power as a Mediator Between Dating Violence and Sexually Transmitted Infections Among College Women
Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 24,8: 1338-1357

Daley, E. et al. (2010) “Influences on Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Status Among Female College Students” Journal of Women's Health.  19(10): 1885-1891.

Dyer, K. E. (2010) “From Cancer to Sexually Transmitted Infection: Explorations of Social Stigma among Cervical Cancer Survivors” Human Organization 69: 321-330.

Gautham, M., R. Singh, H. Weiss, R. Brugha et al. (2008) Socio-cultural, psychosexual and biomedical factors associated with genital symptoms experienced by men in rural India. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 13(3):384–395.

Philpott, A., W. Knerr, and V. Boydell. (2006) Pleasure and prevention: when good sex is safer sex. Reproductive Health Matters 14(28): 23-31.


Special Populations
Ballard, K.D., M.A. Elston, J. Gabe (2009). Private and Public Ageing in the UK. The Transition through the Menopause. Current Sociology 57(2): 269-290.

Lewin, E. (1995) On the Outside Looking In:  the Politics of Lesbian Motherhood. In Ginsburg and Rapp Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction. California University Press: 103-121.

Marhefka, S. L., C. R. Valentin, et al. (2011). "I feel like I'm carrying a weapon.”  Information and motivations related to sexual risk among girls with perinatally acquired HIV." AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV.

Smid, M., P. Bourgois, et al. (2010). "The Challenge of Pregnancy among Homeless Youth: Reclaiming a Lost Opportunity." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 21(2 Suppl): 140.

Buhi, E. et al. (2010) Quality and Accuracy of Sexual Health Information Web Sites Visited by Young People. Journal of Adolescent Health 47:206-208.


Circumcision
Belisario, O. C. V. (2010). “Muslim Women and Circumcision: A Study of Intergenerational Practice and its Continuity in Southern Philippines." WMSU Research Journal 28(1).

Johansen, R. (2006) Care for infibulated women giving birth in Norway: an anthropological analysis of health workers’ management of a medically and culturally unfamiliar issue. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 20(4): 516-544.

Kurth, E., F. Jaeger, et al. (2010). "Reproductive health care for asylum-seeking women-a challenge for health professionals." BMC Public Health 10(1): 659.

Obure, A. F. X. O., E. O. Nyambedha, et al. (2011). "Interpersonal Influences in the Scale-up of Male Circumcision Services in a Traditionally Non-circumcising Community in Rural Western Kenya." Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice 1(3).

Shell-Duncan, B. (2001) The medicalization of female “circumcision”: harm reduction or promotion of a dangerous practice? Social Science and Medicine 52:1013-1028.



Also, if you are a scholar, MIT Open CourseWare lists tons of anthropology course syllabi and reading lists! 


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