By Candace Johnson
What are the political dimensions which are printed in women’s personal tastes for well-being care while pregnant and childbirth? The solutions to this question range from one neighborhood to the subsequent, and infrequently from girl to the subsequent, even supposing the traits within the worldwide North and South are strikingly various.
Employing 3 conceptual frames; medicalization, the public-private contrast, and intersectionality, Candace Johnson examines those transformations throughout the narratives of ladies in Canada, the U.S., Cuba, and Honduras. In Canada and the U.S., girls from privileged and marginalized social teams reveal the diversities around the North-South divide, and ladies in Cuba and Honduras converse to the realities of seriously restricted decision-making in constructing international locations. every one case examine contains narratives drawn from in-depth interviews with ladies who have been pregnant or who had lately had young children. Johnson argues that women’s expressed personal tastes in numerous contexts display vital information about the inequality that they adventure in that context, as well as as numerous parts of identification. either inequality and id are plagued by the ways that girls adventure the department among private and non-private lives – the lifetime of the group and the lifetime of the house and family members – in addition to the implications of intersectionality – the combos of assorted assets of drawback and women’s reactions to those, both within the type of resistance or compliance.
The rigorous and hugely unique move cultural and comparative study on health and wellbeing, gender, poverty and social context makes Maternal Transition a very good contribution to international maternal wellbeing and fitness coverage debates.
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Maternal Transition: A North-South Politics of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Routledge Research in Gender and Politics) by Candace Johnson