The Abortion Game: Writing a Consciously Political NarrativeNonfiction Work
In this creative‐writing research project, I set out to create a narrative nonfiction manuscript that investigates the contemporary politics surrounding abortion. The fundamental question driving…
Bearing Responsibility:Reconceiving RU486 and the regulation of women's reproductive decisions
This thesis explores the status of abortion in Australia and analyses the representations of women that are produced and relied upon in public discourse on this issue. Drawing predominantly on the…
Ethics and Law for Australian Nurses
Ethics and Law for Australian Nurses is an integrated and coherent textbook that allows students to understand the mutual relationship between the legal and ethical frameworks of nursing practice.
An Open Secret: The Hidden History of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion in Highland Bolivia, 1952-2010
It is found that women’s demand for abortion coalesced with broader processes set in motion by the democratic opening of 1982 to spark the emergence of a stable and efficient illegal abortion network in La Paz and El Alto, Bolivia between 1952 and 2010.
Abortion is a difficult solution to a problem: A discursive analysis of interviews with women considering or undergoing abortion in Australia
Imperative images : the use of images of the foetus in the Australian abortion debate, 1998-2009
This thesis examines the use of images of the foetus in the abortion debate, in Australia over the last decade. It begins by reviewing existing literature on abortion in Australia and the emergence…
Reasons women give for contemplating or undergoing abortion: a qualitative investigation in Victoria, Australia.
- Political ScienceSexual & reproductive healthcare : official journal of the Swedish Association of Midwives