Table of contents for Women, biology, and public policy / edited by Virginia Sapiro.


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Introduction - Virginia Sapiro
PART ONE: THEMES AND THEORIES
Biology and Women's Policy - Ruth Bleier
A View from the Biological Sciences
Biology and Women's Policy - Virginia Sapiro
A View from the Social Sciences
PART TWO: BIOSOCIAL POLICY QUESTIONS THROUGH THE LIFE COURSE
Male and Female Hormones - Marianne H Whatley
Misinterpretations of Biology in School Health and Sex Education
Fetal Personhood and Women's Policy - Janet Gallagher
Childbirth Management and Medical Monopoly - Barbara Katz Rothman
Occupational Safety and Health as a Women's Policy Issue - Graham K Wilson and Virginia Sapiro
Older Women - Laura Katz Olson
Longevity, Dependency, and Public Policy
PART THREE: DOMESTIC TRANQUILITY AND THE COMMON DEFENSE
The Politics of a Biosocial Approach to Crime - Susette M Talarico
Women's Biology and the US Military - Judith Hicks Stiehm
Women as 'At Risk' Reproducers - Jane S Jaquette and Kathleen A Staudt
Biology, Science, and Population in US Foreign Policy



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Sociobiology.
United States -- Social policy.
Women -- Health and hygiene.
Women -- Government policy -- United States.