The Cultural Politics of Reproduction: Migration, Health and Family Making

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Charting the experiences of internally or externally migrant communities, the volume examines social transformation through the dynamic relationship between movement, reproduction, and health. The chapters examine how healthcare experiences of migrants are not only embedded in their own unique health worldviews, but also influenced by the history, policy, and politics of the wider state systems. The research among migrant communities an understanding of how ideas of reproduction and "cultures of health" travel, how healing, ...

The Cultural Politics of Reproduction: Migration, Health and Family Making 2014, Berghahn Books, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9781782385448

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