Understanding and Responding to Anti-choice Women-centred Strategies

@article{Cannold2002UnderstandingAR,
  title={Understanding and Responding to Anti-choice Women-centred Strategies},
  author={L. Cannold},
  journal={Reproductive Health Matters},
  year={2002},
  volume={10},
  pages={171 - 179}
}
  • L. Cannold
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Reproductive Health Matters
Abstract This paper discusses the rise and use of a “woman-centred” anti-choice strategy to oppose abortion in Australia and the USA. It argues that this strategy seeks to imitate and exploit aspects of the pro-choice, women-centred position on abortion. The strategy contends that women do not really choose abortion but are pressured into it by others and then experience a range of negative effects afterwards, including an increased risk of breast cancer, infertility and post-abortion grief… Expand
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