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Date Issued:
2008-10-24
Title: Birth control and colonialism.
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Name(s): Grossman, Stacy, creator
Comparative Studies Association
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
Type of Resource: sound recording
Genre: Conference
Date Issued: 2008-10-24
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University Libraries’ Digital Library [digital object]
Physical Form: audio/mp3
Extent: 15 min., 24 sec.
Language(s): English
Identifier: 165369 (digitool), FADT165369 (IID)
Note(s): For hundreds of years, women have taken charge of their sexuality and fertility through natural methods of contraception and family planning. However, a shift from green methods of contraception has caused once respected and tried methods of natural birth control to be dismissed and disregarded in favor of hormonal birth control via the pharmaceutical industry courtesy of Western science. Ms. Grossman hopes to begin a rewarding and inspiring career combining her academic background in Communications and Women's Studies. This paper was presented at the Comparative Studies Association 2008 Conference: Interdisciplinarity and Environmental Sustainability.
Subject(s): Birth control -- Congresses
Reproductive health -- Social aspects -- Congresses
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/dt/165369
Host Institution: FAU

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Title: Birth control and colonialism.
Name(s): Grossman, Stacy, creator
Comparative Studies Program
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
Type of Resource: mixed material
Genre: Conference
Date Issued: 2008-10-24
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University Digital Library
Place of Publication: Boca Raton, Florida
Physical Form: mp3/pdf
Extent: 00:15:24 : 2 p.
Language(s): English
Identifier: 165369 (digitool), FADT165369p (IID)
Note(s): For hundreds of years, women have taken charge of their sexuality and fertility through natural methods of contraception and family planning. However, a shift from green methods of contraception has caused once respected and tried methods of natural birth control to be dismissed and disregarded in favor of hormonal birth control via the pharmaceutical industry courtesy of Western science. Ms. Grossman hopes to begin a rewarding and inspiring career combining her academic background in Communications and Women's Studies. This paper was presented at the Comparative Studies Association 2008 Conference: Interdisciplinarity and Environmental Sustainability.
Subject(s): Birth control -- Congresses
Reproductive health -- Social aspects -- Congresses
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fau/fd/FADT165369p
Host Institution: FAU

In Collections