5 edition of India"s abortion experience found in the catalog.
|Other titles||India"s abortion experience, 1972-1992.|
|Series||Philosophy and the environment series ;, no. 4, Philosophy and the environment series ;, v. 4.|
|Contributions||Chandrasekhar, S. 1918-|
|LC Classifications||HQ767.5.I5 C48 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||94026228|
Selective abortion of female foetuses accounts for two to four per cent of female pregnancies in India, roughly , to , per year out of . For women in India, access to abortion has been marred by extreme stigma, lack of awareness about its legality, unavailability of safe services .
of abortion services in the public and private sectors III. Eight qualitative studies on specific issues to compliment the multicentric studies. These would attempt to understand the abortion and related issues from the women’s perspective. IV. Household studies to estimate incidence of abortion in two states in India. Document all aspects of the post-abortion experience to provide comfort, education, resources, hope and Godly inspiration to those considering or navigating life after abortion, Directly assist those considering abortion or struggling with Abortion PTSD through direct communication, helpful resources and local referrals.
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The reissue and updating of this book, originally designed to make a case for the liberalization of the law then in force in India. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chandrasekhar, S. (Sripati), India's abortion experience.
Denton, Tex.: University of. “[The book] gives a highly detailed account of the abortion reform [T]here is a brilliantly lucid exposition of different religious views on abortion and their evolution through time; India’s Abortion Experience, | University of North Texas PressAuthor: Sripati Chandrasekhar.
This volume owes its origin to an invitation to deliver the John Danz Lectures at the University of Washington, Seattle, in Three lectures on India's population growth and the liberalization of abortion law as a partial contribution to the solution were delivered extempore.
'Abortion’ is not only a biological but also a social phenomenon. Women’s experiences of abortion are often interpreted with cultural, ethical, moral or religious connotations. Though abortion became legal in India in and was later included in the Reproductive Child Health programme in the post-Cairo period, ‘abortion seeking’ continues to be a private act that set it apart from.
Upon first glance at the title, it would appear that Ann Fessler manifested her real-life experience as an adoptee into a book. But The Girls Who Went Away traces a time in American history when sex-ed classes didn’t exist and conversations about sex were less honest and more regressive.
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The scale of the problem is hard to determine, as the incidence of abortion in India remains unknown. The most widely cited figure quoted is million abortions per year, out of which only 1. If you're dealing with your own unplanned pregnancy and wondering about your options, or are simply curious about the so-called "abortion pill," read on for my experience.
I Had To Get A. Most health insurance companies in India, except employees of the organised sector, the ESIS, CGHS, and the Railway Health Scheme, do not cover the cost of abortion. Health insurance companies discriminate against women in India, keeping MTP procedures completely out of. Abortion law in India Before (Indian Penal Code, ) Beforeabortion was criminalized under Section of the Indian Penal Code,describing it as intentionally "causing miscarriage".Except in cases where abortion was carried out to save the life of the woman, it was a punishable offense and criminalized women/providers, with whoever voluntarily caused a woman with.
As per the Abortion Assessment Project (one of the most extensive Indian studies on abortion that lasted from to ), of the total abortions that took place in India.
India; Governance; India’s abortion law — ahead of its time in but now behind science, societal demands Abortion has been legal for 48 years but is still not based on women's rights.
Moreover, experts argue it isn't in line with current medical and societal standards. I n India, abortion s. wer e prohibite d (unles s medicall y indicate d.
t o. sav e. th e pregnan t women) til l. th e. Medica l. Terminatio n o f Pregnanc y (MTP) Ac t wa s. passed. Tw o. Legal resistance to abortion-seeking after 20 weeks gestation adversely affects women, depriving them of autonomy of choice. In this paper, raising important gender, health and ethical issues are illustrated through a recent legal case in India.
Feminist campaigns against the legal mindset in India are emerging. New Delhi: Millions of women and girls from around the world lost access to contraceptives and abortion services in the first half of due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new study finds. Of them, over a million are in India alone.
The study, by Marie Stopes International (MSI), which provides abortion and contraceptive services worldwide, has found that India is currently the. Legal status Before The Indian Penal Code, which was enacted in and was written in accordance with British law at the time of its creation, declared induced abortion as illegal.
Induced abortion was defined as purposely "causing miscarriage". Abortion practitioners would either be incarcerated for up to three years, fined, or both; women undergoing abortions could be imprisoned for.
A poor woman in India has many bad choices when it comes to abortion: a do-it-yourself home treatment, an unqualified midwife, a quack medicine man. A historic abortion legislation like India’s MTP Act in the 70s ensured that only law and medical opinion, as opposed to any religious dogma, prevailed in matters of pregnancy terminations.
It also necessitated the consent of the pregnant woman alone, assuming she was a major. But a progressive law alone did not guarantee access to safe. Every year, 47 Indian women out of commit an abortion. Fully one-third of all babies conceived are killed before they see the light of day.
The abortion rate in the U.S. is about 12 per 1, childbearing-aged women. Communist China, under its forced abortion policy, had an abortion. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.It is Time to Overhaul India's Restrictive Abortion Law.
The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, needs to be amended to better address the varying concerns of Indian women – be they rape. Hinduism and abortion Hinduism and abortion. Hindu medical ethics stem from the principle of ahimsa - of non-violence.
When considering abortion, the Hindu way is .