New Series. Issue No. 2 (16) / 2014

Controlling (women’s) bodies

 

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EDITORIAL

Women’s Bodies, between Biology and Social Construction
By Ramona Păunescu 
National School of Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
paunescu_ramona@yahoo.com
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ARTICLES

Controlling Women’s Bodies: the Black and Veiled Female Body in Western Visual Culture. A Comparative View
By  Elena-Larisa Stanciu
University of Southern Denmark
elena.stanciu96@yahoo.com
and
Bjørn Christensen
University of Southern Denmark
f.b.christensen@hotmail.com
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Why Adolescents Are Not Happy With Their Body Image?
By  Cristina Nanu
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
cristina_nanu2009@yahoo.com
and
Diana Tăut
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
dianataut@psychology.ro
and
Adriana Băban
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
 adrianababan@gmail.com
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Pregnancy Pragmatics Unveiled: On Bodies, Bellies, and Power in Cameroon
By  Erica Van Der Sijpt
Universiteit van Amsterdam
E.vanderSijpt@uva.nl
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State Policies and the Women’s Body: The Turkish Case
By  Ulaş Sunata
Bahçeþehir University
ulas.sunata@bahcesehir.edu.tr
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Through Third World Women’s Eyes: The Shortcomings of Western Feminist Scholarship on the Third World
By  Dr. Abeer Al-Sarrani
Taibah University, Saudi Arabia
and  
Dr. Alaa Alghamdi
Taibah University, Saudi Arabia
alaaghamdi@yahoo.com
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Lesbian Mothers, Still an Oxymoron?  Commitment and Agency in Lesbian Families Planning for a Biologically Related Child
By  Alexandra Gruian
National School of Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
alexandragruian@yahoo.com
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The Discourse and Control of Reproduction in Communist and Post-Communist Romania
By  Adriana Iordache
Romanian Academic Society
adriana.iordache@hotmail.com
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REVIEWS


Marxism, Gender and “the Transition”: A Comparative Review of Federici and Seccombe
By  Gary Blank
London School of Economics
G.S.Blank@lse.ac.uk
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Production and Patriarchy in Capitalist Society: A Comparative Review of Hartmann and Young
By  Gary Blank
London School of Economics
G.S.Blank@lse.ac.uk
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Book presentation : “Families – Beyond the Nuclear Ideal”. ed. Daniela Cutaş and Sarah Chan
By Diana Elena Neaga
Niculae Titulescu University” Bucharest, Romania
diana_elena_neaga@yahoo.com
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