|List of Figures and Tables||ix|
|Notes on Contributors||xi|
|Part 1 Approaches and Methods|
|1||Introduction: Contraception across Cultures Andrew Russell and Mary S. Thompson||3|
|2||Psychosocial Data and Cross-Cultural Analyses Challenges to Anthropology and Contraceptive Research Mary S. Willis and Marion Pratt||27|
|3||Responding to Reality: The Efficacy of Anthropological and Participatory Methods for the Implementation of Sustainable Contraceptive Programmes Joshua Levene||51|
|Part 2 Contraception in its Political and Economic 4 Contexts|
|4||Fertility Running Wild: Elite Perceptions of the Need for Birth Control in White-Ruled Rhodesia Amy Kaler||81|
|5||A Clinic in Conflict: A Political Economy Case Study of Family Planning in Haiti M. Catherine Maternowksa||103|
|Part 3 Contraceptive Policy and Practice: User Perspectives|
|6||‘Weak Blood’ and ‘Crowded Bellies’: Cultural Influences on Contraceptive Use Among Ethiopian Jewish Immigrants in Israel Jennifer Phillips Davids||129|
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Publication information: Book title: Contraception across Cultures:Technologies, Choices, Constraints. Contributors: Andrew Russell - Editor, Elisa J. Sobo - Editor, Mary S. Thompson - Editor. Publisher: Berg. Place of publication: Oxford, England. Publication year: 2000. Page number: v.
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