Gender Studies | Contraception, Gender, and Culture
G601 | 2613 | Graham, Cynthia

Contraception, Gender, and Culture examines a variety of topics
related to contraception, gender, and culture including historical
aspects of contraceptive use, patterns of contraceptive use in
different cultures, contraceptive decision-making, the effects of
hormonal contraceptives on well-being and sexuality, the development
of new contraceptive technologies, and the evaluation and marketing
of contraceptives. Issues of gender and power, and political and
religious issues related to contraception will be a particular focus
as well as critical evaluation of research methods and findings.