Exam 3 - Washington State University Vancouver Anthropology 316 Exam#3 Effects of Catholic teachings on birth control and their power of the life and

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Washington State University Vancouver Anthropology 316 Exam #3 Effects of Catholic teachings on birth control and their power of the life and death of Bom Jesus children. 1.Scheper-Hughes asked a similar question in chapter seven whether too many children died because there are too many already, or are there so many children because so many die?
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middle-class woman can have her tubes tied after only two pregnancies. (Scheper-Hughes; 337) In conclusion, it is easy to see that the impoverished women of Bom Jesus do not want to have somany pregnancies and children. However, birth control is not much of an option, since the majority of the women believe that one can get cancer and various other ailments from the pill and condoms are only used by men when visiting prostitutes. Jellies and creams that prevent pregnancy are only used by a few younger women and tubal ligations or almost always out of thequestion until the woman has given birth at least seven to eight times. Another big factor in the
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