Regulating Menstruation: Beliefs, Practices, Interpretations

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Menstruation, seen alternately as something negative--a "curse" or a failed conception--or as a positive part of the reproductive process to be celebrated as evidence of fertility, has long been a universal concern. How women interpret and react to menstruation and its absence reflects their individual needs both historically as well as in the contemporary cultural, social, economic, and political context in which they live. This unique volume considers what is known of women's options and practices used to regulate ...

Regulating Menstruation: Beliefs, Practices, Interpretations 2001, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226847443

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Regulating Menstruation: Beliefs, Practices, Interpretations 2001, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226847436

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