The politics of abortion: a historical perspective.

  title={The politics of abortion: a historical perspective.},
  author={Michele McKeegan},
  journal={Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health},
  volume={3 3},
  • M. McKeegan
  • Published 1 September 1993
  • History
  • Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health

The abortion debate in American Christianity: church authority structures, denominational responses, and the stances of the affiliated

With religion serving an important role in shaping individuals’ stances on moral issues, the question of how religion impacts major social and political issues is of undeniable consequence. This

Abortion politics in Cambodia social history, local forms and transnational issues.

The Cambodian parliament passed the first law regulating abortions in 1997 to contribute to reduce the high maternal mortality ratio and a decade later, the Ministry of Health had not yet established medical protocols for safe abortion access and women often continued to induce their own terminations or seek unsafe services.

Abortion politics in Cambodia social history, local forms and transnational issues

How history and intersections between global interventions, state policies, local moralities and individual strategies shape abortion policies, practices and technologies in Cambodia is analyzed.

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT: The Differential Impacts of Consent and Notice Requirements for Minors’ Abortions

This paper uses pooled state level data for the years 1990-2015 to construct both double and triple difference models to estimate the impact of two abortion policies: parental consent and parental

Predictors of Medical Students’ Attitudes Towards Abortion and Their Changes Overtime

The findings of this study suggest that strength of one’s religious belief is a consistent predictor of abortion attitudes and willingness to provide.

The Presence and Consequences of Abortion Aversion in Scientific Research Related to Alcohol Use during Pregnancy

  • S. Roberts
  • Medicine
    International journal of environmental research and public health
  • 2019
Abortion aversion appears to influence the science related to alcohol use during pregnancy, and thus policymaking—to the detriment of developing and adopting policies that reduce the harms from alcohol during pregnancy.

The Global Gag Rule: The death trap for comprehensive sexual and reproductive healthcare and way to overcome the US gag rule.

  • Munzur E. MurshidM. Haque
  • Political Science
    Journal of population therapeutics and clinical pharmacology = Journal de la therapeutique des populations et de la pharmacologie clinique
  • 2020
The readers are attempted to let the readers know about the impacts of GGR around the world and how global leaders are trying to overcome the harmful effects of this rule.

Neutral or Framed? A Sentiment Analysis of 2019 Abortion Laws

Introduction This study employs sentiment analysis (SA) to examine the semantic structures of restrictive and protective abortion bills enacted in 2019. SA is a Natural Language Processing (NLP)

Anatomy of a physician education programme



The Christian Right and the 1980 Presidential Election

This paper examines the role of the Christian Right in the 1980 presidential election. Throughout the campaign the media reported that this movement was a major political development, and its members

Abortion Politics: Mutiny in the Ranks of the Right

The anti-abortion campaign in the USA is gaining momentum with the prospect that the Roe v. Wade decision may be overturned. This book traces the evolution of the anti-abortion lobby, how it became

Interest Group Politics

"Interest Group Politics" presents a broad spectrum of scholarship on interest groups past and present. In a time of partisan parity, when control of Congress is always within reach of the minority