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The use of gender-neutral language in maternity settings: a narrative literature review

A preliminary search of the Cochrane Library, CINAHL, and MEDLINE databases was undertaken to identify articles relating to the topic. Search terms or text words contained in titles, abstracts and...

A post-structuralist feminist analysis of electronic fetal monitoring in labour

Young (1984) describes a pregnant woman experiencing birth as a dialectic state, a fluid and changing relationality as the woman–placenta–fetus becomes mother–baby. The woman neither controls the...

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