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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1Analyze Views of Women’s Reproductive Solutions in The 19thCentury and Interpret TheirHistorical And Contemporary ImpactChamberlain College of NursingHUMN 303July 2017
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY2Women have battle through the torment to able have their right since 19thcentury. They have fought throughout history to have women’s rights. They had very little chance to show their desire to an extent that they did not have control over their reproductive systems. Accordingto Google the term women’s rights means “right that promote a position of legal and social equality of women with men”. Women had proved that they have rights to be treated equally with men and equal opportunities in work fields.Howard-Hassmann, R. E. (2011). Universal Women's Rights Since 1970: The Centrality of Autonomy and Agency. Journal of Human Rights, 10(4), 433 449.doi:10.1080/14754835.2011.619398In this article, the writer discusses various reforms on the women movement issues. During the late 19thcentury the women rights movement took a dramatic shift in pursuit of women rights and equality. According to Hassmann, the movement gave women increased autonomy in the family and the public realm; more educational and economic opportunities increased their capacities to act autonomously to sort through their various identities, roles, interests, beliefs, and obligations (p. 436). Some have questioned if human rights pertain to women or if it’s specific to men only “A recurring question in the feminist discussion of international human rights was whether “human” rights were actually “men’s” rights” (P. 437), “The contention that human rights reflect “male” life experiences also ignores women’s agency as political, economic, and social actors, reinforcing an outdated stereotype that men are actors inthe public realm, who therefore need civil and political rights, whereas women are confined to the private realm” (p. 439).
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY3Abrams, P. (2015). The Bad Mother: Stigma, Abortion and Surrogacy. The Journal of Law,