The main aim of this book is to familiarise midwives with feminist theories and their relevance and application to midwifery practice, education and research.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Contributors Foreword: Sheila C Hunt Preface 1. Introducing Feminism (Tara Kaufmann) 2. Gender and Sexuality (Ann Cronin) 3. Feminisms and the Body (Mary Stewart) 4. Pregnancy (Liz Stephens) 5. Feminism and Intrapartum Care: A Quest for Holistic Birth (Denis Walsh) 6. Transition to motherhood: from the woman's perspective (Sally Marchant) 7. Feminism and breastfeeding (Gabrielle Palmer) 8. Depression in the Post Natal Period: A normal response to motherhood (Jane M Ussher) 9. Midwifery Practice: ways of working (Carol Bates) 10. Feminist Approach to Midwifery Education (Lorna Davies) 11. Feminism and Ways of Knowing (Sara Wickham) 12. Midwifery partnership with women in Aotearoa/ New Zealand: a poststructuralist feminist perspective on the use of epidurals in 'normal' birth (Ruth Surtees) 13. Journey to midwifery through feminism: a personal account (Nicky Leap)
- Data Publicarii : 07 Nov 2003
- Editie : 2
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 224
- ISBN : 9780750656016