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Sex, Contraception, and Motherhood in Jamaica

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674188600

Publication Date: 11/16/1981

278 pages

16 tables, 5 figures

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  • 1. The Problem
  • 2. An Approach to the Problem: Epistemological Aspects of Interviewing and Clinical Practice in the Field
  • 3. The Folk Context of Sex and Reproduction
  • 4. The Place: Kingston, Metropolis of a Rural Island
  • 5. Women without Power: The Social and Economic Context of Sex and Reproduction
  • 6. Relationship with Mother, Menarche, and First Intercourse
  • 7. The First Sexual Partnership, the First Pregnancy, and the First Child
  • 8. Sexual Partnerships, Marriage, and Reproductive Behavior
  • 9. The Person in the Context
  • 10. Public Policy and Private Behavior
  • References
  • Index

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