Pandora's Box: Feminism Confronts Reproductive Technology

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1998 - Medical - 189 pages
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This is the fourth lesson in the series "Little Music Lessons for Kids" where you can help your child to learn the space musical notes fast and easy.Four musical notes like to meet in a beauty salon every day. Day by day, these musical notes spend their time painting their eyelashes, lips, cheeks and eyebrows.Suddenly, one of the notes reads an ad on a truck. From this ad, she finds out about free apartments available in the musical house. The beauty-note jumps out of the salon and runs to the treble staff; the other three musical notes follow her.But here is the bad news: All the apartments are already full! The beauty-notes come up with an original idea and finally get their new apartments. Your child must hear this story!
 

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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
187
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About the author (1998)

Nancy Lublin is CEO of DoSomething.org; founder of Dress for Success, which helps women transition from welfare to work; and founder of Crisis Text Line, a nationwide text line for teens. Lublin is a Crown Fellow with the Aspen Institute, author of Zilch: The Power of Zero in Business, and was named one of the Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneurs of the Year 2014.

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