The Language of Risk, Public Policies, and Childbirth in the Municipality of São Paulo: A Reading of Data From the Live Birth System 2010–2016

@inproceedings{Brigago2018TheLO,
  title={The Language of Risk, Public Policies, and Childbirth in the Municipality of S{\~a}o Paulo: A Reading of Data From the Live Birth System 2010–2016},
  author={Jacqueline Isaac Machado Brigag{\~a}o and Roselane Gonçalves and Vanda L. V. D. Nascimento},
  booktitle={Front. Sociol.},
  year={2018}
}
The main factor for the hospitalization of childbirth was the expansion of power-knowledge in eighteenth century medicine. In Brazil, throughout the twentieth century, public policies for women’s health focused care on biological and reproductive dimensions, and birth control technologies. Technoscience advances in producing knowledge and interventions… CONTINUE READING