Hmong Women and Reproduction

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Ua Tsaug: Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction: Why Hmong Women and Reproduction? xvii
  • Part One The History and the Culture 1
  • Chapter 1- The Hmong 3
  • Notes 22
  • Chapter 2- Hmong Women In Hmong Society 24
  • Conclusion 41
  • Notes 42
  • Chapter 3- Hmong Healers And Hmong Medicines 45
  • Conclusion 66
  • Notes 67
  • Part Two Women and Childbearing 69
  • Chapter 4- Conception and Pregnancy 71
  • Conclusion 83
  • Notes 85
  • Chapter 5- Birth 87
  • Conclusion 100
  • Notes 103
  • Chapter 6- Nyob Nruab Hlis: Thirty Days Confinement 105
  • CONCLUSIONS 121
  • Notes 126
  • Chapter 7- Birth in a New Homeland 128
  • CONCLUSIONS 140
  • Notes 143
  • Part Three Women and Child Rearing 145
  • Chapter 8- Child Rearing and Infant Care 147
  • CONCLUSIONS 161
  • Notes 162
  • Chapter 9- Beliefs About Breast Milk And Infant Feeding Practices 164
  • CONCLUSIONS 176
  • Notes 179
  • Chapter 10- Childhood Health and Illness 181
  • CONCLUSIONS 191
  • Notes 194
  • Part Four Women and Reproductive Health 197
  • Chapter 11- Unsuccessful Reproduction: Infertility and Miscarriage 199
  • CONCLUSIONS 217
  • Notes 219
  • Chapter 12- Death in Birth: Stillbirth, Neonatal and Maternal Death 222
  • CONCLUSIONS 231
  • Notes 233
  • Chapter 13- Fertility Regulation: Menstruation Regulation, Contraception and Abortion 235
  • CONCLUSIONS 250
  • Notes 254
  • Chapter 14- Blood Magic: Menstruation And Menopause 256
  • CONCLUSIONS 269
  • Notes 273
  • Chapter 15 - Conclusion: Motherhood in a New Country 276
  • References 285
  • Index 303
  • About the Author 315
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