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Aborted women : silent no more

Author: David C Reardon
Publisher: Chicago : Loyola University Press, ©1987.
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Aborted woman: 1. one of the class of women whose lives have been permanently altered by the experience of abortion; 2. a woman who experiences self-alienation because of her ambivalence over terminating an unwanted pregnancy; 3. a woman who, after an abortion, feels aborted herself physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Reardon, David C.
Aborted women.
Chicago : Loyola University Press, ©1987
(OCoLC)654220371
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David C Reardon
ISBN: 082940578X 9780829405781 0829405798 9780829405798 0891074511 9780891074519
OCLC Number: 16277989
Description: xxvi, 373 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: A survey of women who aborted. Profiles one : coerced abortions --
Evidence from the pro-choice side. Profiles two : feminists who abort --
The physical risks of abortion. Profiles three : decisions to be weak ; Profiles four : decisions to take control --
The "hard" cases. Profiles five : victims of therapeutic abortion --
Hostages of rape, victims of therapeutic abortion. Profiles six : abortions for rape and incest --
The impact of abortion on later children --
Business before medicine. Profiles seven _ victims of prejudice --
Before and after legalization. Profiles eight : illegal abortions --
The future of abortion --
Concluding note : aborted women, how to find help.
Responsibility: David C. Reardon ; foreword by Nancyjo Mann.

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Aborted woman: 1. one of the class of women whose lives have been permanently altered by the experience of abortion; 2. a woman who experiences self-alienation because of her ambivalence over terminating an unwanted pregnancy; 3. a woman who, after an abortion, feels aborted herself physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually.

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