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study of abortion in primitive societies

George Devereux

study of abortion in primitive societies

a typological distributional, and dynamic analysis of the prevention of birth in 400 preindustrial societies.

by George Devereux

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Published by Yoseloff in London .
Written in English


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Pagination394p.,22cm
Number of Pages394
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Open LibraryOL18998524M

Singh, S., and Henshaw, S. K. (). "The Incidence of Abortion: A World-wide Overview Focusing on Methodology and on Latin America." In International Union for the Scientific Study of Population: Sociocultural and Political Aspects of Abortion in a Changing World. Liège, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. A Study of Abortion in Primitive Societies; a typological, distributional, and dynamic analysis of the prevention of birth in pre-industrial societies, New York: Julian Press, From Anxiety to Method in the Behavioral Sciences, The Hague [etc..].

3 G. Devereaux, A Study of Abortions in Primitive Societies (New York, ), in Judges, at 85 Given the nature of abortion as an act as well as a point of debate, the issue deserves discussion from a comparative perspective. This article attempts to . Janet Fraser (31 January –7 March ) was a New Zealand community leader. She was born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 31 January [All the evidence brought before the Committee indicates that abortion is exceedingly frequent in New Zealand.

A Study of History is a volume universal history by the British historian Arnold J. Toynbee, published in –It received enormous popular attention but according to historian Richard J. Evans, "enjoyed only a brief vogue before disappearing into the obscurity in which it has languished." Toynbee's goal was to trace the development and decay of 19 world civilizations Author: Arnold J. Toynbee. “A Typological Study of Abortion in Primitive, Ancient and Pre-Industrial Societies”, in Therapeutic Abortion. New York: The Julian Press Inc. David, H.P., ().


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A Study of Abortion in Primitive Societies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(2). This is a unique book about abortion in traditional societies worldwide. A fascinating anthropological text. The format, however, is repetitive and boring.

It reads like a required college paper by a good experimenter who has a terrible time getting his thoughts in cohesive order to write them down. In addition, it follows some theories of 3/5(1). A study of abortion in primitive societies: a typological, distributional, and dynamic analysis of the study of abortion in primitive societies book of birth in preindustrial societies by Devereux, George, Pages: BOOK NOTE AND REVIEW: PDF Only.

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Intl Universities Pr Inc, Hardcover. Good. A Study of Abortion ilz Primitive Societies. GEORGE DEVEREUX. New York: The Julian Press, Inc., x, pp. $ This book is essentially an essay in clinical psychology-an experiment in applying psychoanalytic concepts in a cross-cultural study of a particular human activity, abor- : Marston Bates.

Christopher Tietze, "A Study of Abortion in Primitive Societies. A Typological, Distributional, and Dynamic Analysis of the Prevention of Birth in Preindustrial Societies.

George Devereux," The Quarterly Review of Biol no. 3 (Sep., ): A study of abortion in primitive societies; a typological, distributional, and dynamic analysis of the prevention of birth in preindustrial societies. Author/Creator: Devereux, George, Publication: New York, Julian Press [©] Format/Description: Book x, pages ; 22 cm Subjects: Birth control.

Abortion. Primitive societies. Primitive societies. A study of abortion in primitive societies: a typological, distributional, and dynamic analysis of the prevention of birth in preindustrial societies / by George Devereux. A Study of Abortion in Primitive Societies: A Typological, Distributional, and Dynamic Analysis of the Prevention of Birth in Preindustrial Societies Devereux, George Published by Intl Universities Pr Inc, U.S.A.

Abortion, Medical Issues. Scholars have shown that for every society for which some recorded history exists, there is evidence of abortion. Indeed after an exhaustive review of materials from three hundred fifty ancient and pre-industrial societies, the anthropologist George Devereux () concluded, "There is every indication that abortion is an absolutely universal.

Some societies prohibit saying the name of God. In our society, it is very common. At one time in this country, abortion was against the law; abortion is now legal in this country, so it is one of the accepted "mores" for the time being, until women decide to reject it due to its backward and primitive nature.

Author(s): Devereux,G Title(s): A typological study of abortion in primitive, ancient, and pre-industrial societies/ G. Devereux. In: Rosen H, ed. Abortion in. Primitive secret societies; a study in early politics and religion, (New York, The Macmillan company, ), by Hutton Webster (page images at HathiTrust) Pre-historic times, as illustrated by ancient remains and the manners and customs of modern savages.

Anthropologists study primitive societies for two reasons. Because other scientists weren't doing it. Anthropology is an interdisciplinary science, in its broadest sense concerned with each and every aspect of human behavior. But most of those. Buy A STUDY OF ABORTION IN PRIMITIVE SOCIETIES.

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While there were many reasons why abortion was suddenly a crime, one reason is quite sensible: abortion was a potentially dangerous operation and a new wave of humanitarianism in the mid 19th century brought laws to protect women.

The other reasons for making abortion a crime related to changing views on birth control.A Typological Study of Abortion in Primitive, Ancient and Pre-Industrial Societies, in Therapeutic Abortion, edited by H. Rosen. Julian Press, New York, Julian Press, New York, Google ScholarCited by: 2.The anti-abortion campaign in the USA is gaining momentum with the prospect that the Roe v.

Wade decision may be overturned. This book traces .