The books strengths are many and not hard to find hodges frames the chapters very effectively by articulating three overlapping but roughly chronological issues in reproductive history the problem of medicalisation a social history of factional conflict and cooperation and emergence of questions of national efficiency. Reproductive health in india history politics controversies edited by sarah hodges marks an important contribution to both of these debates it is a collection of essays on the history of reproductive health in india specifically during the late colonial period and the early post independence years. Acknowledgements list of contributors ch 1 towards a history of reproduction in modern india sarah hodges ch 2 official attitudes to population birth control and reproductive health in india 1921 1946 david arnold ch 3 authority and ambivalence medical women and birth control in india barbara n ramusack ch 4. Sarah hodges reproductive health in india history politics controversies new perspectives in south asian history new delhi orient longman 2006 pp ix 264 rs 62000 hardback 81 250 2939 7. Reproductive health in india history politics controversies discourses and practices by which womens reproductive health came to hold meaning and play strategic roles in the multiple and at times competing agendas such as social reform the medical sciences cultural nationalism and colonial public health reproductive health in
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