Women's bodies, demography, and public health: abortion policy and perspectives in the Ottoman Empire of the nineteenth century.

Dublin Core

Title

Women's bodies, demography, and public health: abortion policy and perspectives in the Ottoman Empire of the nineteenth century.

Author

Demirci, Tuba
Somel, Selu̇k Aksin

Publisher

2008/09/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20080900

Primary Classification

12.4.1

Secondary Classification

12.4.1;1.2;10;12.3;2.2;4.4;9.5.5

Primary keywords

abortion--[pri];attitudes--[pri];historical aspects--[pri];modern history--[pri];Muslim world--[pri];public policy--[pri];women's rights--[pri]

Secondary keywords

abortifacients;beginning of life;ethnic groups;fatwas;females;illegal abortion;Islamic ethics;legal aspects;literature;males;marital relationship;mass media;medicine;paternalism;political systems;public health;quarantine;secularism;sexuality;sharia;social class;social dominance

Subject

Nineteenth Century--[pri];Ottoman Empire--[pri]

Subject

Eighteenth Century;Turkey

Subject

midwives;polygamy

Journal Article

Journal of the History of Sexuality 2008 September; 17(3):377-420

Link for Internet access

Note

36

Call Number

citation

Bibliography

144 fn.

ISSN

10434070

Collection

Citation

“Women's bodies, demography, and public health: abortion policy and perspectives in the Ottoman Empire of the nineteenth century.,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed July 22, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34429.