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מאמרים שפירסמו חברי קהילת בריאות ורפואה
DANIEL SPERLING, Commanding the “Be Fruitful and Multiply” Directive: Reproductive Ethics, Law, and Policy in Israel (2010)

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ברכה כץ שיבאן., התאבדות באמצעות תרופות ואמצעים אחרים בנסיונות חד פעמיים וחוזרים בישראל. הרפואה,כרך 146, חוברת ה, מאי 2007.

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קפלן ג, פריימוביץ מ, סיקרון פ. מצב הבריאות של בני-נוער: עולים מחבר העמים לשעבר וילידי ישראל. הרפואה – עתון ההסתדרות הרפואית בישראל. כרך 146: 420-424, יוני 2007.

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חזרה למעלה
1. Lea Hagoel. Can Medical and Lay Logic Meet? Enhancing Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Early Detection, Mortality Reduction. Paper posted at the site of the 6th Global Conference: Making sense of Health, Illness and Disease. Oxford, July 2007. retrieved: Dec.25, 2007.

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Maria Victoria Zunzunegui, Nadia Minicuci , Tzuia Blumstein, Marianna Noale , Dorly Deeg, Marja Jylha Nancy L. Pedersen, for the CLESA Working Group - Gender differences in depressive symptoms among older adults:a cross-national comparison

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1. Paula Feder-Bubis and Lea Hagoel. Whose Meanings? Diffusing Sociology of Health Concepts to a Multicultural Medical Audience. Paper posted at the site of the 6th Global Conference: Making sense of Health, Illness and Disease. Oxford, July 2007.retrieved: Dec.25, 2007.

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Tzvia Blumstein ,Dov Shmotkin , Nitza Eyal , Aviva Shorek , Liat Lerner-Geva , A Longitudinal Evaluation of Medication Use Among the Old-Old Population in Israel, Research on Aging 2008; 30; 55

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חזרה למעלה
Ivry, Tsipy Embodying Culture: Pregnancy in Japan and Israel. Rutgers University Press series in medical anthropology. November 2009

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הרי ההודעה לעיתונות מן ההוצאה לאור

Rutgers University Press is pleased to announce the publication of Embodying Culture written by Tsipy Ivry.

"With finely crafted ethnography, Tsipy Ivry engages her readers in the most intimate of experiences--pregnancy. Research in Japan and Israel reveals how medical knowledge and technologies are made use of differentially in these two locations by both physicians and women to accomplish a remarkably dissimilar embodiment of future motherhood. Ivry's position is that concern about the ramifications of technologically assisted reproduction should not usurp representations of the cultures of pregnancy"

 

--Margaret Lock, author of Twice Dead: Organ Transplants and the Reinvention of Death

With all of the burgeoning social interest in new reproductive technologies and in childbirth, why has pregnancy been forgotten? Isn't pregnancy just as culturally variant as other aspects of reproduction? Embodying Culture: Pregnancy in Japan and Israel , by Tsipy Ivry, looks at pregnancy as much more than just "Sexpecting."

Embodying Culture is an ethnographically grounded exploration of pregnancy in two different cultures--Japan and Israel--both of which medicalize pregnancy. Ivry focuses on "low-risk" or "normal" pregnancies, using cultural comparison to explore the complex relations among ethnic ideas about procreation, local reproductive politics, medical models of pregnancy care, and local modes of maternal agency.

Ivry pieces together the voices of pregnant Japanese and Israeli women, their doctors, their partners, the literature they read, and depicts various clinical encounters such as ultrasound scans, explanatory classes for amniocentesis, birthing classes, and special pregnancy events. What emerges in Embodying Culture suggests that although experiences of pregnancy in Japan and Israel differ, pregnancy in both cultures is an energy-consuming project of meaning-making--suggesting that the sense of biomedical technologies are not only in the technologies themselves but are assigned by those who practice and experience them.

"A fascinating double-ethnography of pregnancy in two cultures. This outstanding book reveals stunning cultural differences in the interpretation of the embodied experience of pregnancy. In spite of their mutual technological sophistication, Japanese and Israeli views on pregnancy could hardly be more different, nor could the biomedical advice that women in each culture receive. Ivry's work takes Brigitte Jordan's analysis of birth in four cultures to a new level, focusing specifically on the cultural influences that profoundly affect both women's and obstetricians' perceptions and management of pregnancy, and deeply demonstrating the influence of culture on biomedical 'science.'"

--Robbie Davis-Floyd, author of Birth as an American Rite of Passage

Tsipy Ivry is a lecturer in anthropology at the department of sociology and
anthropology at the University of Haifa, Israel.

חזרה למעלה
Ivry, Tsipy 2009 "The ultrasonic picture show and the politics of threatened life" Medical Anthropology Quarterly,Vol. 23 No. 3.

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