Obstructed Labour: Race and Gender in the Re-Emergence of Midwifery Sheryl Nestel

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Obstructed Labour: Race and Gender in the Re-Emergence of Midwifery  by  Sheryl Nestel

Obstructed Labour: Race and Gender in the Re-Emergence of Midwifery by Sheryl Nestel
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Obstructed Labour analyzes how the movement to legalize midwiferyin Ontario reproduced racial inequality by excluding from practicehundreds of professional midwives from the global south. Sheryl Nesteltraces how racist exclusion operated to produceMoreObstructed Labour analyzes how the movement to legalize midwiferyin Ontario reproduced racial inequality by excluding from practicehundreds of professional midwives from the global south.

Sheryl Nesteltraces how racist exclusion operated to produce the Ontario midwiferymovement and the bureaucratic structures that superceded it, asall-white spaces. Examining global macroprocesses of power, institutional forms of racist exclusion, and interpersonal expressions ofracism, Nestel shows unequal relations between women to underlie thesuccessful challenge to patriarchal medical authority mounted byprovincial midwifery activists



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