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  • Moral women, immoral technologies: How devout women negotiate gender, religion, and assisted reproductive technologies.
    Czarnecki, Danielle (2015)
    Gender & Society 29: 716-742.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Moral; Reproductive technologies
  • The New Arab Man: Emergent Masculinities, Technologies, and Islam in the Middle East.
    Inhorn, Marcia C. (2012)
    Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Reproductive technologies; Masculinity ideology; Gender; Islam
  • Contested Reproduction: Genetic Technologies, Religion, and Public Debate.
    Evans, John H. (2010)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Reproductive technologies; Moral; Suffering
  • From biopolitics to bioethics: chuch, state, medcine and asisted reproductive technology in Ireland.
    McDonnell, Orla, and Jill Allison (2006)
    Sociology of Health & Illness 28:6:817-837.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Ireland; Reproductive technologies; Moral; Ireland; Catholic, Ireland
  • Sources and Management of Strain in a Social Movement: Some Preliminary Observations.
    Maiolo, John R., William V. D'Antonio, and William T. Liu (1968)
    Sociological Analysis 29:2: 67-78.

    Discusses the process by which clearly defined channels for airing & resolving disputes emerged in the Christian Family Movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Reproductive technologies; Social movement; Conflict; Catholic Action; Catholic, U.S.A.
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