2 edition of Psychosocial aspects of abortion in Asia found in the catalog.
Psychosocial aspects of abortion in Asia
Asian Regional Research Seminar on Psychosocial Aspects of Abortion Kathmandu 1974.
by Family Planning Association of Nepal, Transnational Family Research Program, American Institutes for Research in Kathmandu, Washington
Written in English
|Contributions||Family Planning Association of Nepal., American Institutes for Research. Transnational Family Research Program.|
|LC Classifications||HQ767.5.A7 A75 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||76929525|
By reducing the description of these aspects to a minimum, and by focusing on practical health-related considerations in abortion decision making instead, the chapters in this book might appeal less to an anthropological audience looking for in-depth descriptions than raise the interest of medically oriented readers working on applied : Erica Van der Sijpt. That’s the number of positive effects of abortion on society. Abortion was sold as the panacea to cure all societal problems. Just when was this supposed to take effect? Forty-one years later, we are still waiting. By any and every measure, society is worse off. DIVORCE RATES SKYROCKETED.
Essays Related to The Psychological Effects Of Abortion. 1. Abortions And Its Side Effects. I will write, first of all, about, the emotional side effects people deal with after having an abortion, next, I will explain why and how an abortion can damage one's health and body, or as said, the physical side effects and lastly, I shall end with the. Abortion Knowing the Facts. An abortion is when a pregnancy is ended, or terminated. Sometimes a fertilised egg or embryo is lost naturally. This is known as a spontaneous abortion or miscarriage, and happens in about one in four known pregnancies. Many more.
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Abstract. The literature on psychosocial aspects of abortion is confusing. Individual publications must be interpreted in the context of cultural, religious, and legal constraints obtaining in a particular society at a given time, with due attention to the status and availability of alternatives to abortion that might be chosen by a woman with an “unwanted” by: Stotland NL: Induced abortion in the Uniter States.
In Stewart D, Stotland N (eds): Psychological Aspects of Women's Health Care. Washington, DC: APA Press, Freeman E: Abortion: Subjective attitudes and feelings.
Fam Plann Perspect –Adler N: Psychosocial issues of therapeutic abortion. A review of issues and needed research. Illsley R, Hall MH. The literature on psychosocial aspects of abortion is confusing.
Individual publications must be interpreted in Psychosocial aspects of abortion in Asia book context of cultural, religious, and legal constraints obtaining in a particular society at a given time, with due attention to the status and availability of alternatives Cited by: The most recent available estimates of unsafe abortion rates according to geographical region are shown in Figure sub-regions are considered, the highest rate is found in Eastern Africa and Middle Africa, both with a rate of 36/ women in fertile age followed by South America (32/), Central America (29/), Southeastern Asia (22/), The rate of unsafe abortion in the more.
Incidence and trends During –, an estimated million induced abortions occurred each year in Asia. The annual rate of abortion for the region is an estimated 36 per 1, women of reproductive age (15–44), which is down slightly from 41 per 1, in – The regional abortion rate is roughly 36 per 1, for married women and 24 per 1, for unmarried.
The Psychological Aspects of Abortion Paperback – January 1, by David Mall (Author), Walter F. Watts (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Cited by: 3. in abortion in Asia each year, estimated at 27% in –, has remained roughly the same since – It ranges from 22% in Western Asia to 33% in Eastern Asia.
Legal Status of Abortion Because abortion is broadly legal in the region’s two most populous coun-tries—China and India—the majority of women in Asia live under liberal.
The aim of this publication is to give a summary on the psychological aspects of the decision making process in the pre-abortion period, from the diagnosis of pregnancy to the surgical intervention.
Ethics, Law and Moral Philosophy of Reproductive Biomedicine, Vol. 2, No. 1, February Ethical and legal aspects of abortion - O Kadayifçi et al.
But this concept reminds society of the huge psychosocial trauma caused by the famous movie, Sophie’s by: 2. Vincent Rue, Ph.D. is co-director of the Institute for Pregnancy Loss, Jacksonville, Florida.
He is a practicing psychotherapist, researcher, lecturer, and author of a book and numerous articles in professional journals on post-abortion trauma, for which he provided the first clinical evidence in The Psychological Aspects of Abortion by David Mall; Walter F. Watts at - ISBN - ISBN - University Publications of America - - SoftcoverFormat: Paperback.
Historical Note. Henry Philip David () was a pioneering researcher in the field of reproductive behavior and public policy. He is notable for his longitudinal studies on the psychological aspects of abortion, as well as his extensive international collaboration and research. Janet Fraser (31 January –7 March ) was a New Zealand community leader.
She was born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 31 January [All the evidence brought before the Committee indicates that abortion is exceedingly frequent in New Zealand. In contrast, countries in the Global South have generally adopted restrictive abortion laws• Most countries in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, and southern Asia have severe abortion laws.
Furthermore, three of the four countries generally considered to prohibit abortion altogether-Chile, El Salvador, and Nicaragua-are located in Latin. Abortion is one of the most controversial moral issues for modern times.
This text approaches abortion from the discipline of Buddhist studies. It also serves as an introduction to Buddhism for ethicists. The abortion debate is the ongoing controversy surrounding the moral, legal, and religious status of induced abortion. The sides involved in the debate are the self-described "pro-choice" and "pro-life" movements."Pro-choice" emphasizes the right of women to decide whether to terminate a pregnancy.
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Reproductive Health Ushers In New Journal Section Covering Elderly reproductive health. Aging will have a major impact on health and social policies and the elderly people (men and women) will likely be among the policy-making priorities in the few next decades.
A comprehensive resource of abortion laws in Asia, including places to get a safe abortion in Asia with support and advice. You can find my personal abortion story in Cambodia here with other readers experiences in Thailand.
Fully updated for Opinions on Abortion among a Group of University Students in Turkey1. The literature on psychosocial aspects of abortion is confusing. The range of the book is an accurate measure of the. Abortion in Bosnia and Herzegovina is legal on request during the first ten weeks of pregnancy.
Between ten and twenty weeks, an abortion must be approved by a committee, and is permitted when the woman's life or health is threatened, when the fetus is severely impaired, when the pregnancy results from a crime, and for psychosocial reasons.From inside the book.
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