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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

When the scars begin to heal: narratives of obstetric violence in Chiapas, Mexico. International Journal of Health Governance, 23(1), 60-69.

Author(s) :

Murray de Lopez, J.

Year of publication :

2017

URL(s) :

https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/IJH…
https://doi.org/10.1108/IJHG-05-2017-0022

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Abstract (English)  :

Purpose
The purpose of this paper is to examine how obstetric violence is embodied and understood by the women who experience it, how it impacts on maternal subjectivity and what the long-term health implications may be.

Design/methodology/approach
This paper is a qualitative, non-clinical analysis of women’s experiences of obstetric violence in Mexico. Data sources are derived from ethnographic interviews, participant observation and an extensive revision of public reports and policy.

Findings
Local ideas and beliefs over what one must endure to become a “good mother” contribute to how acts of obstetric violence are treated and interpreted by professionals, the community and the individual alike. The ways in which women interpret violence in relation to the wider context of their everyday lives have significant implications for evaluating the effectiveness of approaches to reproductive and maternal health.

Social implications
Situating women’s narratives within an ecological framework of gender-based violence reveals not only the conditions under which obstetric violations occur, but also the forms of resilience and coping mechanisms that women develop. This provides a deeper understanding for the long-term health implications of iatrogenic trauma during pregnancy and birth.

Originality/value
This paper discusses obstetric violence from the perspective of women who experience it and contextualises it within the wider life course approach to personhood and maternal transformation.

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Argument (français) :

Ce document est une analyse qualitative et non clinique des expériences des femmes en matière de violence obstétricale au Mexique.

Argument (English):

This paper is a qualitative, non-clinical analysis of women’s experiences of obstetric violence in Mexico.

Argumento (português):

Este artigo é uma análise qualitativa e não clínica das experiências de mulheres com violência obstétrica no México.

Keywords :

➡ history, sociology ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; informed consent

Author of this record :

Bernard Bel — 03 Mar 2019

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