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Midwives, Society and Childbirth - Hilary Marland

Midwives, Society and Childbirth

Debates and Controversies in the Modern Period

Hilary Marland (Redaktør) ; Anne Marie Rafferty (Redaktør)

Questioning many conventional historical assumptions, this text seeks to provide a better understanding of the effect on midwives of the unprecedented progress of science, particularly obstetric science in the 20th century. Les mer
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Questioning many conventional historical assumptions, this text seeks to provide a better understanding of the effect on midwives of the unprecedented progress of science, particularly obstetric science in the 20th century.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 292
ISBN: 9780415133289
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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'This book will be of interest to anyone working in the field and to students undertaking courses in womens studies or social/medical history.' - Edith Hillan, Nursing Times, November 1997

'It is essential reading for every midwife, student midwife, midwifery manager and educationalist.' - Jane Podkolinski, Midwifery Digest, December 1997

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Hilary Marland Introduction: Midwives, Society and Childbirth: Debates and Controversies 1. Anne Thompson Establishing the Scope of Practice: Organizing European Midwifery in the Inter-War Years 1919-1938 2. Christina Romlid Swedish Midwives and their Instruments in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 3. Teresa Ortiz and Clara Martinez Padilla How to be a Midwife in Late-Nineteenth-Century Spain 4. June Hannam Rosalind Paget: The Midwife, the Women's Movement and Social Reform before 1914 5. Anne Lokke The 'Antiseptic' Transformation of Danish Midwives, 1860-1920 6. Joan Mottram State Control in Local Context: The Early Years of Midwife Regulation in Manchester, 1900-1914 7. Hilary Marland The Midwife as Health Missionary: The Reform of Dutch Childbirth Practices in the Early Twentieth Century 8. Irvine Loudon Midwives and the Quality of Maternal Care 9. Christoph Brezinka The End of Home Births in the German Language Islands of Northern Italy 10. Susan Pitt Midwifery and Medicine: Gendered Knowledge in the Practice of Delivery 11. Jan Williams The Controlling Power of Childbirth in Britain 12. Raymond G. de Vries and Rebecca Barroso Midwives Among the Machines: Re-creating Midwifery in the Late Twentieth Century