A feminist exploration of ‘populationism’: engaging contemporary forms of population control

@article{Bhatia2020AFE,
  title={A feminist exploration of ‘populationism’: engaging contemporary forms of population control},
  author={R. Bhatia and Jade S. Sasser and Diana Ojeda and Anne Hendrixson and Sarojini Nadimpally and Ellen E. Foley},
  journal={Gender, Place \& Culture},
  year={2020},
  volume={27},
  pages={333 - 350}
}
Abstract Following the International Conference on Population and Development in 1994 in Cairo, which prompted a discursive shift from population control to reproductive health and rights in international development, policy experts and scholars have relegated population control to the realm of history. This presents a unique challenge to feminist critics who seek to identify manifestations of population control in the present. In this article, we consider the potential of ‘populationism’ as… Expand
Reproductive Rights Knowledge, Health Care Utilization, and Contraceptive Use in Pakistan: A Reproductive Rights Perspective

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