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Pregnancy, Birth and Infancy: Between Individual Arrangements, Social Standardization and Professional Requirements

The central aim of this issue is, to take up the current scientific debate on pregnancy, birth and infancy in relation to gender studies as well as to bring into dialogue the largely parallel discussions in the humanities and social sciences on the one hand and the midwifery sciences on the other. The focus is on the contradictions and ambivalences between individual design, social norms and professional demands.

Herausgeberinnen: Beate Kortendiek, Ute Lange, Charlotte Ullrich

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