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PEOPLE AND THE STATE. DIVERGENT MEDICAL DISCOURSES

Edited by: Elena Bărbulescu

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ISBN 978-606-543-199-7
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CONTENTS

Introduction
List of Contributors

STATE AND PEOPLE
David L. Ransel
Soviet Efforts to Transform Infant Care in the Villages: Leningrad Province in the 1920s

Alexandru Onojescu
From “Liberation” to “Servitude”: Women in Communist Hungary, 1947–1989

Florin S. Soare
Controlling and constraining the Prohibition of Abortion in 1980’s Romania

Mihai Croitor
Aspects of the legislation on birth-rate under the communist regimes. A comparative analysis

PEOPLE AND STATE

Corina Iosif
Health, Community and Ethnic Boundaries

Constantin Bărbulescu
Narratives Upon Life, Illness and Death

Elena Bărbulescu
Home Birthing: Ancient Practice for a Modern Future. The Romanian Case

Petruța Teampau
They give you pills, if you have money, you take them, if not, you die… Body, gender and illness narratives in poor communities

Ciprian Moldovan
The Good Doctor and the Bad Doctor. The Story of a Contrast