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eBook Female Foeticide: Myth and Reality (374 Case Histories of Women Who Have Undergone Female Foeticide) ePub

by Anurang Agarwal

  • ISBN: 8120725743
  • Category: Womens Health
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Anurang Agarwal
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sterling Publishers Private Limited (January 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 94
  • ePub book: 1251 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1652 kb
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The book is based on the interviews of 374 females who had undergone female foeticide. These interviews based on comprehensive questionnaire were taken by the volunteers of Istri Sehat Sabhas (Women Health Groups).

The book is based on the interviews of 374 females who had undergone female foeticide. To understand the psyche of these women, quantitative tools were applied to analyse how certain socio economic factors such as caste, education, financial well being, etc affect the thinking and perception of these women. The findings of the study negate many of the common beliefs and perceptions strongly held by most of us.

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Female foeticide in India (Hindi: भ्रूण हत्या, romanized: bhrūṇ-hatyā, lit. 'foeticide') is the abortion of a female foetus outside of legal methods. The frequency of female foeticide in India is increasing day by day.

Female Foeticide Myth and Reality: 374 case histories of women who have undergone female foeticide in Punjab, India.

dowry deaths, female foeticide, sati, rape and other forms of violence . In 1996 the world health. assembly endorsed the fact that violence against women is a Public Health problem and female. foeticide is one extreme manifestation of violence against women. The killing of women exists in various forms in societies the world over. society displays some unique and particularly brutal versions, such as dowry deaths and sati. case of foeticide or infanticide have been reported which are Sikkim, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Jammu & Kashmir. Some of the worst gender ratios, indicating gross violation of women’s rights, are found in South.

Flag as Inappropriate The reason for intensifying sex-selection abortion in China and India can be seen through history and cultural background.

Flag as Inappropriate. Unfortunately, Junhong also found that many women don’t see a female child as a burden, but rather are pressured to produce a male son. Additionally, 85% of women would try to have two children, ideally one boy and one girl, if there were no restrictions on children. The reason for intensifying sex-selection abortion in China and India can be seen through history and cultural background. Generally, before the information era, male babies were preferred because they provided manual labor and success the family lineage.

Female foeticide and the issues in india: an example of gender discrimination. International instruments on human rights guarantees the rights over body. To know and take decisions on matters concerning one's body is a human right more. To know and take decisions on matters concerning one's body is a human right. However, in India a pregnant woman does not enjoy the right to know the sex of the foetus.

This book is an analytical outcome of the interviews with 374 women who had undergone female foeticide. A comprehensive questionnaire was prepared and the interviews were taken by the volunteers of Istari Sehat Sabhas (Women Health Groups) - a village level NGO. The book gives an in-depth insight into the psyche of women who had undergone female foeticide. It brings out how the thinking and perception of all these women is different from the rest.