Assisted Reproduction

Assisted Reproduction : Conceptions, Controversies, and Community Sentiment

by Alexandra E. Sigillo and Monica K. Miller
English | 2020 | ISBN: 1498557910 | 305 Pages | PDF | 1.6 MB

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) allows people who are infertile the opportunity to conceive children and form much desired families. Over the past few decades, the number of ART procedures conducted in the United States has steadily increased, in part affected by the growing number of women trying to conceive later in their reproductive lives. This demographic shift in baby making has widened to include a variety of other people who experience social infertility, from single persons to same-sex couples. Media exposure and political attention to the use of ART have aroused public concern and controversy. In Assisted Reproduction, Alexandra E. Sigillo and Monica K. Miller explore how media, personal differences, societal influences, and psychological processes shape community sentiment toward ART and ART-related laws and policies. This book is recommended for students and scholars of psychology, sociology, gender and women's studies, communication studies, public health, and legal studies.


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