Motherhood is a central fact of many women's lives. Despite this,
relatively little has been written about how maternity and
childcare affect women's lives. This book looks at the relationship
between women's identity and the capacity for motherhood. It
examines the changing social and economic conditions in which women
become mothers or, in fewer cases, do not have children; the
opportunities women have to control their own fertility and the
implications of 'new' reproductive technologies. This book brings
together a wide range of topics, as well as considering some of the
contradictions and neglected questions in feminist thinking about
reproduction and childrearing.
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