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From 'culture of dehumanization of childbirth' to 'childbirth as a transformative experience': changes in five municipalities in north-east Brazil.
Brazil has become a country known as having one of the most extreme examples of the consequences of the hospital-based medicalization of delivery care, while a model of humanization of birth was… Expand
From ‘culture of dehumanization of childbirth’ to ‘childbirth as a transformative experience’: changes in five municipalities in north‐east Brazil
- C. Misago, C. Kendall, +6 authors T. Umenai
- International journal of gynaecology and…
- 1 November 2001
Brazil has become a country known as having one of the most extreme examples of the consequences of the hospital‐based medicalization of delivery care, while a model of humanization of birth was… Expand
International Activism of African Americans in the Interwar Period
- C. Kendall
- Political Science
African Americans have a rich history of activism, but their involvement in affecting change during the interwar period is often overlooked in favor of post-Civil War and post-World War II coverage.… Expand
Epidemiologists social scientists and the structure of medical research on AIDS in Africa. Comment.
- C. Kendall
This commentary on the Packard and Epstein critique of AIDS research in Africa reiterates some of the important points of the discussion. It is noteworthy that the paper challenges a dominant… Expand