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by Amna Badri,Margaret Grieco

  • Author: Amna Badri,Margaret Grieco
  • ISBN: 0754612414
  • ISBN13: 978-0754612414
  • ePub: 1722 kb | FB2: 1456 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (March 30, 2013)
  • Pages: 224
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A rite of passage ranges from symbolic to awful. Where should the line be drawn?

A rite of passage ranges from symbolic to awful. The clinic’s laser, popular with well-off clients, is out of action. Other midwives prefer a needle-prick to draw a drop of blood. Some just dab on iodine. About half of Indonesian girls have had one of these procedures, collectively known as sunat, the local term for ritual female circumcision. Some midwives offer it free as part of their delivery package.

of female circumcision in the enclaves populated by the Ejagham people. going the ritual of cutting for becoming an initiate (a circumcised. woman) distinguishes them from the noninitiates. Within this system of. in Southwest Cameroon. Based on ethnographic fieldwork, this study. as to empower the people as dialogic partners in development and not. ostracize the target population.

Put together new-born boys, their penises, knives and two of the world’s oldest religions and passions are likely to run high. While last month saw the fifth International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation, marking a fairly united global campaign against the practice in females, the arguments about the removal of a male infant’s foreskin seem mired in misinformation, accusations and despair.

Although it is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures in the . national medical associations have long maintained that circumcision is not necessary. Early Learning Capabilities 37. In conditioning, an organism learns to respond in a particular way to a neutral stimulus that normally does not bring about that type of response.

Female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as female circumcision or female genital cutting, includes any procedure involving the removal or injury of part or all of external female genitalia for non medical reasons. While the practice is most common in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, FGM is also widespread in immigrant communities and metropolitan areas in the United States, and was performed by doctors regularly until the 1980s.

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cle{sionTU, title {Circumcision: the unkindest cut of all?}, author {James Andrew McSherry}, journal {Canadian Medical Association journal}, year {1982}, volume {126 3}, pages {. 231 } }. James Andrew McSherry. Published in Canadian Medical Association journal 1982. Publications citing this paper. Men's health: How men understand the concept of health and how this understanding shapes actions.

Further information: Female genital mutilation and Prevalence of female genital mutilation by country. Curing Cut or Ritual Mutilation?: Some Remarks on the Practice of Female and Male Circumcision in Graeco-Roman Egypt". 92 (2): (317–338), 330. doi:10. Until the 1980s FGM was widely known as female circumcision, which gave the erroneous impression that it was equivalent in severity and health effects to male circumcision.

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