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What Makes Women Sick?: Maternity, Modesty, and Militarism in Israeli Society (HBI Series on Jewish Women) ePub download

by Susan. Sered

  • Author: Susan. Sered
  • ISBN: 1584650508
  • ISBN13: 978-1584650508
  • ePub: 1883 kb | FB2: 1889 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Women's Health
  • Publisher: Brandeis University Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 206
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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What Makes Women Sick? book. Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers.

New Hampshire: University Press of New England. Brandeis Series on Jewish Women, 2000. Authors and affiliations.

Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers. Framed by the question of why the life expectancy and health status of Israeli women is poor in comparison to women in other developed countries, What Makes Women Sick? conjoins medical anthropology, gender studies, and women's health to show how female bodies in Israel are controlled through public policy, symbolic discourses, and ritual performances.

Center for the Study of Religion and Society. Studies in Jewish civilization. What makes women sick?: maternity, modesty, and militarism in Israeli society. 14, Omaha, NE; Lincoln, NE: Creighton University Press; Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Joel Lurie Grishaver. The bonding of Isaac : stories and essays about gender and Jewish spirituality. Brandeis University Press, 2000. Coming home : a woman's story of conversion to Judaism. Westview Press, 2003.

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Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers

Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers.

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Product Description Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers.

Scrutinizing the Israeli military, medical, and religious establishments, Susan Sered discloses the myths, policies, and pressures that encumber and endanger Israeli women in their roles as soldiers, brides, and mothers. Framed by the question of why the life expectancy and health status of Israeli women is poor in comparison to women in other developed countries, What Makes Women Sick? conjoins medical anthropology, gender studies, and women's health to show how female bodies in Israel are controlled through public policy, symbolic discourses, and ritual performances. Looking at issues such as disputes over women serving in combat, the rape of a former "Miss Israel," and government incentives for bearing children, Sered develops a passionate ethnography of Israeli society that resonates universal truths about women, power, and authority.
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