Pandora's Box: Feminism Confronts Reproductive Technology

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1998 - Medical - 189 pages
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This text offers a perspective on the ethical dimensions of providing and using reproductive technologies, including contraception and antenatal intervention. The author combines legal theory and feminist philosophy to examine many points of view.
  

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Contents

DEFINITION AND JUSTIFICATION
1
TECHNOPHILIA
23
TECHNOPHOBIA ECOFEMINISM
43
TECHNOPHOBIA FINRRAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
61
MY BODY MY RIGHT
75
PRAXIS FEMINISM
115
FINAL THOUGHTS
149
STATE OF THE STATES GENDER WAGE GAP
165
RESTRICTIONS ON MINORS ACCESS TO ABORTION
167
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
171
INDEX
183
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
189
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About the author (1998)

Nancy Lublin is the CEO and Chief Old Person of DoSomething.org. She is also the founder of Dress for Success, which she ran for 7 years. She graduated from Brown University, Oxford University, and NYU School of Law. She writes a popular column for "Fast Company" and teaches not-for-profit management at NYU and Yale School of Management.

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