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by Jacqueline Portugese

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Author:
Jacqueline Portugese
ISBN13:
978-0275960988
ISBN:
0275960986
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Publisher:
Praeger (August 30, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Medicine & Health Sciences
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1259 kb
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A comparison with the principles of IVF provision in other countries (UK, Canada, USA) shows Israel's policy to be substantially more 'liberal'.

Fertility Policy in Israel book. This book explores the relationship between these three ideological and institutional forces in the context of development of fertility policy.

Jacqueline Portuguese. Fertility policy in Israel : the politics of religion, gender, and nation. Shulamit and Margarete : power, gender, and religion in a rural society in eighteenth-century Europe. Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2005.

Jacqueline Portugese explains Israel's ongoing efforts to encourage a high Jewish birthrate by focusing a feminist lens on. .

Jacqueline Portugese explains Israel's ongoing efforts to encourage a high Jewish birthrate by focusing a feminist lens on public discourse, popular culture, and particular policies, all of which, she argues, have a highly pernicious impact on women. The special insight of Fertility in Israel lies in its clarifications of the connections between seemingly benign welfare benefits and tax incentives and denying women autonomy with regard to the decision to bear children. Export citation Request permission. Corresponding author. Department of Government, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. Recommend this journal.

Portuguese, Jacqueline. Israel's Health Policy Breakthrough: The Politics of Reform and the Reform of Politics . Chinitz, David (1995-12). Related Items in Google Scholar.

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The book contributes to the growing field of feminist analyses of reproductive politics in general and in Israel, in particular

The book contributes to the growing field of feminist analyses of reproductive politics in general and in Israel, in particular. The most convincing arguments of the book are those indicating that the lack of women's reproductive freedom is an essential element in the perpetuation of their oppression

Portugese, Jacqueline (1998). Fertility Policy in Israel: The Politics of Religion, Gender, and Nation. Politics and Policy Implementation: Project Renewal in Israel. State University of New York Press.

Portugese, Jacqueline (1998). p. 98. ISBN 0-275-96098-6. 18. ISBN 0-7914-1691-7.

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An examination, with feminist perspective, of Israel's fertility practices and policies surrounding abortion, family planning, in vitro fertilization and the welfare state.

An examination, with feminist perspective, of Israel's fertility practices and policies surrounding abortion, family planning, in vitro fertilization and the welfare state. This book exposes the complex web of issues, actors, and power relations that shape the Israeli political agenda. At the same time, it contributes to ongoing feminist debates concerning the politics of reproduction and the role of the state in contributing to the oppression of women.

Israel's commmitment to Zionist ideals and policies, its ambiguous relationship with Jewish Orthodoxy, and the intersection of the two at the level of gender relations have played a great role in determining the shape, scope,and direction of many government policies. This book explores the relationship between these three ideological and institutional forces in the context of development of fertility policy. In the process, it touches upon various points of interest, including the state's treatment of the Palestinian Arab minority and its relationship with the wider Palestinian national movement; the power relations and political agenda underlying policy-making in Israel; the development of Israeli social and political identity; and the use of gender to explain both the status of Israeli women and the overall unfolding of politics and policy-making.