Women's Rights

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ANS. Advances in nursing science

Modern historical research of women and nursing has largely neglected the role of religious groups, particularly in the American frontier. The image of women at the end of the 19th century was one of submission to male authority and confinement to the domestic sphere. However, in the pluralistic West, a variety of organized religious women built and administered hospitals, initiated professional nursing, and provided effective health care services.

Author(s): 
Marshall, E. S.
Wall, B. M.
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): 
Riddick, R.
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): 
Rosado Nunes, M. J.
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Conscience (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): 
Kennedy, K. R.
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Integration (Tokyo, Japan)
Author(s): 
Medalla, F. M.
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West's California Reporter
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California. Court of Appeal, Third District
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Medical Anthropology Quarterly

The fall of state socialism in Poland in 1989 constituted a critical moment that redefined policies regulating reproductive health and access to care. As the Polish state adopted the discourse and agenda of the Catholic Church in its health policies, reproduction and sexuality became sites of moral governance through the implementation of the Conscience Clause law, which permits healthcare providers to deny medical services citing conscience-based objections.

Author(s): 
Mishtal, Joanna Z.
Publication Title: 
Salud Publica De Mexico

OBJECTIVE: We aim to assess the opinions of Mexicans in the state of Tlaxcala on abortion and other topics concerning women's reproductive health and status in society. MATERIAL AND METHODS: We summarize opinions on abortion and women's roles in society and perform logit regressions to assess characteristics correlated with support for abortion rights.

Author(s): 
Palermo, Tia M.
Wilson, Kate S.
GarcÌa, Sandra G.
DÌaz-Olavarrieta, Claudia
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Culture, Health & Sexuality

In Timor-Leste, high fertility, high maternal mortality and low levels of contraceptive prevalence demonstrate the importance of exploring perceptions, policies and practices around reproductive health and rights. This paper explores the influence of the Catholic Church on reproductive decision-making at different levels of policy and practice.

Author(s): 
Richards, Esther
Publication Title: 
Culture, Health & Sexuality

Chile is one of only four countries in the world where there is no explicit legal exception to prohibitions on abortion, and where the criminalisation of abortion endangers women's health and may be misaligned with public opinion. In this study we explored attitudes towards the legalisation of abortion and differences in levels of support across time. Among Chilean women in 2009 and 2013, we examined: (1) an additive index indicating support for legalisation of abortion in several situations and (2) support for each situation separately.

Author(s): 
Palermo, Tia
Infante Erazo, Mariela
Hurtado Pinochet, Victoria

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