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Sterilized in the name of public health: Race, immigration and reproductive control in California in the twentieth century

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Title: Sterilized in the name of public health: Race, immigration and reproductive control in California in the twentieth century
Author: Stern, A.
Subject(s): Argentine/Latin America
comparative historical analysis
eugenic discourse
health and human rights
reproductive rights
Abstract: Objectives: To explore the intersection between the factors of race, sex, immigration, sterilization and health policy, tracing the chronology and context of involuntary sterilization in the state of California, USA.
Date: 2008-04-28
Publisher: Universidad de Guadalajara Centro Universitario de Ciencias de la Salud (CUCS)/University of New Mexico Latin America Knowledge Harvester (LAKH)
Citation: Salud Colectiva (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2006 May-August; 2(2):173-189
Series: 1Y-42E
Description: Abstract of the article referenced in the citation field. Original in Spanish.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/4897

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