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Patriarchy and fertility

Japan and Sweden, 1880-1960

by Carl Mosk

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan,
  • Sweden
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Japan -- History.,
    • Fertility, Human -- Sweden -- History.,
    • Fertility, Human -- Economic aspects -- Case studies.,
    • Demographic transition -- Case studies.,
    • Japan -- Population -- History.,
    • Sweden -- Population -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCarl Mosk.
      SeriesPopulation and social structure
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1061 .M67 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 320 p. :
      Number of Pages320
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3484574M
      ISBN 100125084803
      LC Control Number82004064

        Books aimed at year olds are presenting the regressive falsehood that if you want to wear a bow in your hair and do feminine things then you must of course be a girl and if your desire is to reject femininity, the colour pink and frilly dresses i.e. be an active, dynamic girl, you must be a boy. Curiously, then, virginity is a matter between men, in which women merely play the role of silent intermediaries. Like honour, virginity is the manifestation of a purely male preoccupation in societies where inequality, scarcity, and the degrading subjection of some people to others deprive the community as a whole of the only true human Cited by:

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      “Patriarchy has no gender.” ― bell hooks in Teaching Critical Thinking: Practical Wisdom bell hooks’ quote is a clear reminder that patriarchy does not just describe male actions of domination, but also how some organizations and cultural narratives function. Patriarchy, like most forms of oppression, has a way of trying to convince us that, in the words of the Crunk Feminist.   The American government does next to nothing for working parents, yet fertility rates, after reaching a low of around children per woman in .


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Patriarchy and fertility: Japan and Sweden, (Population and social structure) [Mosk, Carl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Patriarchy and fertility: Japan and Sweden, (Population and social structure)Cited by: Infertility and Patriarchy explores the lives of infertile women whose personal stories depict their daily struggles to resist disempowerment and stigmatization.

Marcia C. Inhorn has produced a unique study of gender politics and family life in contemporary Egypt, concluding that the position of infertile women in Egyptian society is being determined by complex and countervailing : Lisa Handwerker.

Infertility and Patriarchy explores the lives of infertile women whose personal stories depict their daily struggles to resist disempowerment and stigmatization. Marcia C. Inhorn has produced a unique study of gender, politics, and family life in contemporary Egypt. Patriarchy and Fertility is a departure from the norm in that the author tests his theories with exhaustive data sets, and thus necessarily restricts the study to recent decades at the end of the what is known as the demographic transition.

Patriarchy and Fertility: The Evolution of Natality in Japan and Sweden by Mosk, Carl. Elsevier Science & Technology Books, Hardcover. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.

The dust jacket is missing. Patriarchy is a book by V. Geetha, an academic activist and author on the subject of patriarchy in book, written from the female perspective, is part of the "Theorizing Feminism" series published by Stree (an imprint of Bhatkal and Sen).

Three editions have been : V. Geetha. Patriarchal kinship organisation promoted early marriages and high fertility, which is shown to be achieved by social learning among peers and intergenerational social influences respectively, as Author: Mathias Lerch. patriarchy in kinship organisation and in the public sphere.

To account for this spatial relationship we test the evidence for different pathways in patriarchal influence on reproductive dec-making including isionsocial effects, socialisation patriarchal in Patriarchy and fertility in Albania.

Patriarchy, the driving force behind Mai’s Pakistani village’s traditions and class divisions that guide daily activities led Mukhtar Mai to conclude in her memoir, that “A woman is nothing more than an object of exchange from birth to marriage, according to custom she has no rights”[p].

The book suffers a sore disconnect from the ground reality and even seems judgemental of anyone whose end goal isn’t to become a Yogi. the internalised patriarchy is obvious in the fact that author exclusively cites books and writings written by men to she didn’t acknowledge that the celebration is tied to the fertility of the Author: BOONDH.

The Creation of Patriarchy is a nonfiction book written by Gerda Lerner in as an explanation for the origins of misogyny in ancient Mesopotamia and the following Western traces the "images, metaphors, [and] myths" that lead to patriarchal concepts' existence in Western society (Lerner 10).

Rowbottom identifies the enemy as patriarchy and, more specifically, the silence patriarchy enforces on women, leaving their bodies to express the inexpressible. Indeed, the book. Books shelved as patriarchy: Women Talking by Miriam Toews, The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, The Creation of Patriarchy by Gerda Lerner, Reading L.

Patriarchy was created at a specific time in history out of many complex processes involving demographic, ecological, cultural, and historical factors which developed as lifestyles changed and people adapted to new Size: 73KB. On Feminist Theory: Patriarchy. wisdomandsociety Opinion Analysis, philosophy Ap Ap 12 Minutes.

Get the Big one out of the way. CHAPTER - I INTRODUCING PATRIARCHY AND GENDER HISTORY In today's world, there has been a lot of study on gender and gender roles in the society. One of the reasons for this can be attributed to feminists who studied women vis-a-vis men in the society.

As the studies progressed it. fertility levels. Another dimension of the concern over fertility levels hinges on the fact that these countries saw fertility and mortality rates decline over a much shorter time period than in Western countries. Between and alone, total fertility rates more than halved, dropping from to (Westley, ; Chan and Yeoh, ).File Size: KB.

Downloadable. Background: Theories of fertility collapse in the post-socialist era imply a decline in the moral primacy of traditional social institutions. Yet gender inequality actually increased in many countries, and there is a scarcity of empirical evidence for the role played by traditional social institutions in reproductive by: Get this from a library.

Infertility and patriarchy: the cultural politics of gender and family life in Egypt. [Marcia C Inhorn] -- The social consequences of infertility place poor urban women in Egypt at the center of a web of tumultuous relationships with spouses, in-laws, and neighbors.

Although Egyptian patriarchy is. Patriarchy and fertility We observe high fertility in those nations and cultures where patriarchy is legally and socially enforced, in particular Muslim Afghanistan and Christian Timor Leste. Affordability of family formation has little effect.

Genre/Form: Case studies History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mosk, Carl. Patriarchy and fertility. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC)The experience of fertility in patriarchy has a huge impact on women and our understanding of the female body.

This audio and article shares modern examples of fertility in patriarchy and how the messages they communicate affect men, women and our understanding of female fertility and the creative feminine™. Why the patriarchy is killing men She is the author of the new book, “For the Love of Men: A Vision for Mindful Masculinity.” mental health, fertility and suicide.

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