Gendered bodies and reproduction in the Arab countries and Turkey

9 November, 2017


RHM is pleased to present its latest journal supplement, “Gendered bodies and reproduction in the Arab countries and Turkey”.

Editorial: Gendered bodies and reproduction in the Arab countries and Turkey 
Jocelyn DeJong and Shirin Heidari

Health research in a turbulent region: the Reproductive Health Working Group
Jocelyn DeJong, Huda Zurayk, Cynthia Myntti et al

Women’s satisfaction and perception of control in childbirth in three Arab countries
Tamar Kabakian-Khasholian, Hyam Bashour, Amina El-Nemer et al

Survival and negotiation: narratives of severe (near-miss) neonatal complications of Syrian women in Lebanon
Livia Wick

Coping with cancer diagnosis and treatment: a comparative study on women with breast cancer in Turkey and occupied Palestinian territory
Ayşecan Terzioğlu, Weeam Hammoudeh

The gendered work places of women garment workers in Istanbul
Başak Can

When he is “tied”: power, vulnerability, and embodied masculinity in Egypt
Farha Ghannam

The business of desire: “Russian” bars in Amman, Jordan
Lenka Beňov

Perspectives of displaced Syrian women and service providers on fertility behaviour and available services in West Bekaa, Lebanon
Tamar Kabakian-Khasholian, Rima Mourtada, Hyam Bashour et al

Reproductive health and rights in East Jerusalem: the effects of militarisation and biopolitics on the experiences of pregnancy and birth of Palestinians living in the Kufr’Aqab neighbourhood
Layaly Hamayel, Doaa Hammoudeh, Lynn Welchman

How they see it: young women’s views on early marriage in a post-conflict setting
Sonya E.M. Knox