Shaping Abortion Discourse: Democracy and the Public Sphere in Germany and the United States

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Index
Abortion discourse. See Framing
Abortion history 24–44
in Germany 1, 24, 26–28, 32–3 37–38, 40–44, 61, 143–147, 265
in the GDR 28, 33–34, 38, 40–41, 159
in the United States 1, 24–26, 28–32, 35–37, 39–40, 43–44, 142–147
Abortion policy 3
conscience clauses 31
counseling 42; see also Fristenlösung
party alignment 26–27, 194–199
prosecutions 27, 37
Abortion tourism 34–35, 37–38
Access to abortion 17, 40, 186
Accuracy 256–258
Ackerman, Bruce 227–228
ACLU. See American Civil Liberti Union
Advocates for Life Ministries 303
Alan Guttmacher Institute 40, 145
ALI. See American Law Institute
Allen, Ann Taylor 26, 143, 272
Alliance90/Green Party. See Gree Party
Alvare, Helen 257–258, 263–264, 26 278
American Civil Liberties Union 31, 72, 102–103, 139, 145
American Law Institute 26, 28–30, 102
American Newspaper Guild 277
American Victims of Abortion 193
Anderson, Benedict 12
Anti-abortion violence 21, 36, 40, 59, 101, 302–303
Arato, Andrew 224
Arbeiterwohlfahrt. See AWO
Arenas 9–11, 62, 91, 94
Arendt, Hans-Jürgen 27
Argumentation 268–273
AsF 74, 149
Assembly of God 160
Aubert, Vilhelm 6
Augstein, Renate 27
Autonomy
cluster of ideas 189–194, 316–317
in Germany 183–184, 189–194, 238–239, 294
in the United States 183–184, 189–194, 238–239
AWO 147
Bachrach, Peter 206
Backstage 9–11, 13, 55
Baker, C. Edwin 208
Balance norm. See Mass media; balance norm
Balancing frame 107, 109, 308, 311, 313
Bannas, Günther 56, 259, 273, 274
Barber, Benjamin 19, 211, 212, 214
Bauer, Gary 163, 264
Benda, Ernst 182
“Benefactor, The” 28
Benford, Robert D. 14, 70

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