Kroppspolitik i tre reproduktiva aspeketer : En idéanalytisk studie om kvinnans rätt eller orätt att ta beslut om hennes kropp

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för statsvetenskap (ST)

Sammanfattning: This study examines the issue regarding three reproductive aspects in relation to women’s right to make own decisions regarding her life, body and reproductive health. The aspects include abortion, assisted fertilisation and surrogacy. In addition, this study investigates if the perception of liberty, in relation to laws and regulation of the female body and the right and freedom of reproductive health, is rooted in explicit versus implicit liberal feminism or conservative feminism. By using idea analysis, this investigation aims to distinguish the ideas behind the regulation of the three aspects. The results of the study shows that explicit and implicit liberal and conservative ideas from a feminist perspective occurs in the distinct aspects. The study concludes that women have been given liberty and the right to make own decisions regarding her body and reproductive health when it comes to abortion, and also in great extent when it comes to assisted fertilisation. However, in the aspect of surrogacy, women has continuously been denied these decision-making rights regarding her own body.

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