Coerced Contraception?: Moral and Policy Challenges of Long-Acting Birth Control

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Long-acting and reversible contraceptives, such as Norplant and Depo-Provera, have been praised as highly effective, moderately priced, and generally safe. Yet, as this book argues, the very qualities that make these contraceptives an important alternative for individual choice in family planning also make them a potential tool of coercive social policy. For example, policymakers have linked their use to welfare benefits, and judges, to probation agreements. In this book, authors from the fields of medicine, ethics, law, ...

Coerced Contraception?: Moral and Policy Challenges of Long-Acting Birth Control 1996, Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780878406241

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Coerced Contraception?: Moral and Policy Challenges of Long-Acting Birth Control 1996, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9780878403646

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