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Author: Kathleen D. Turkel
ISBN: 0897893174
Pages: 184 pages
Publisher: Praeger (November 6, 1995)
Language: English
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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e-Book Women, Power, and Childbirth: A Case Study of a Free-Standing Birth Center epub download

by Kathleen D. Turkel



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This book is about how Western social psychology interfaces with an Eastern Zen Buddhist perspective. Women, Power, and Childbirth: A Case Study of a Free-Standing Birth Center. Anglo-American social psychology is not much more than a century old despite having its roots in a broad philosophical tradition. Автор: Turkel Kathleen D. (EN).

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When women give birth in a comfortable setting of their choice, the medical wrongs against them, committed in hospitals in the name of.

When women give birth in a comfortable setting of their choice, the medical wrongs against them, committed in hospitals in the name of "safety" and technology, are prevented. In the face of opposition from an entrenched segment of the medical establishment, Dwinell dares the view that hospital care should not be routine but should be given only with good reason and the women's permission. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (1992).

Women, Power, and Childbirth: A Case Study of a Free-standing Birth Center

Women, Power, and Childbirth: A Case Study of a Free-standing Birth Center

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Based on her 12 year study of a free-standing birth center, Turkel analyzes the medical model of childbirth in.

Based on her 12 year study of a free-standing birth center, Turkel analyzes the medical model of childbirth in contrast to the midwifery model. The midwifery model views birth as a healthy process where midwives act as teachers and guides for women during pregnancy and birth, helping women and their families to shape and define their experience to meet their needs and expectations.

Based on her 12 year study of a free-standing birth center, Turkel analyzes the medical model of childbirth in contrast to the midwifery model. In the medical model of birth, women are defined as patients and birth takes place in hospitals where women have little, if any, control over their experience. The midwifery model views birth as a healthy process where midwives act as teachers and guides for women during pregnancy and birth, helping women and their families to shape and define their experience to meet their needs and expectations. Under existing legal and cultural circumstances, free-standing birth centers face a dilemma. They must continually accomodate the medical model while trying to maintain the midwifery model and give women an option to home birth or to hospital birth.