Abortion Politics

11 February 2014


Bowman-Grieve, Lorraine. “Anti-Abortion Extremism Online.” First Monday 14.11 (2009). Available here.

Bryant, Amy G., and Erika E. Levi. “Abortion Misinformation from Crisis Pregnancy Centers in North Carolina.” Contraception 86.6 (2012): 752–756. Available here.

Cave, Damien. “Behind the Scenes: Picturing Fetal Remains.” New York Times Lens [Blog] 9 Oct. 2009. Available here.

Cozzarelli, Catherine, and Brenda Major. “The Effects of Anti-Abortion Demonstrators and Pro-Choice Escorts on Women’s Psychological Responses to Abortion.” Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 13.4 (1994): 404–427. Available through interlibrary loan.

Feldt, Gloria. “How Media Mistakes Fueled the High Court Abortion Ruling.” AlterNet 20 Apr. 2007. Available here.

Fitzpatrick, Kevin M., and Michele Wilson. "Exposure To Violence And Posttraumatic Stress Symptomatology Among Abortion Clinic Workers." Journal Of Traumatic Stress 12.2 (1999): 227. Available here.

Halfmann, D. and Young, M. P. "War Pictures: The Grotesque as a Mobilizing Tactic." Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 15.1 (2010):1-24. Available through interlibrary loan.

Hern, Warren M. “Proxemics: The Application of Theory to Conflict Arising from Antiabortion Demonstrations.” Population and Environment 12.4 (1991): 379–388. Available through interlibrary loan.

Ludlow, Jeannie. "Love And Goodness: Toward a New Abortion Politics." Feminist Studies 38.2 (2012): 474-483. Available here.

Manninen, Bertha Alvarez. "Rethinking Roe v. Wade: Defending the Abortion Right in the Face of Contemporary Opposition." American Journal Of Bioethics 10.12 (2010): 33-46. Available here.

Otterbein, Holly. “Why Are Your Tax Dollars Feeding the Pro-Life Machine?” citypaper 5 Mar. 2012. Available here.

Rowlands, Sam. "Misinformation on Abortion." European Journal Of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care 16.4 (2011): 233-240. Available here.

"The War on Women." New York Times 26 Feb. 2011. Available here.

Williams, Jean Calterone. “Battling a ‘Sex-Saturated Society’: The Abstinence Movement and the Politics of Sex Education.” Sexualities 14.4 (2011): 416–443.  Available here.