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Transnational Commercial Surrogacy and the UnMaking of Kin in India

Transnational Commercial Surrogacy and the UnMaking of Kin in India

ISBN 9780199474363
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Publisher Oxford University Press
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Overview
This book engages with the idea of emerging forms of families and meanings of kinship in a transnational world through ethnographic research, kinship, gender studies and science and technology studies. The ethnography draws from a context that is enmeshed in the local-global politics of reproduction, including the ways in which the transnational commercial surrogacy arrangement has led to an engaging and ongoing debate regarding ethics and morality in the sphere of reproductive rights.
Overview
This book engages with the idea of emerging forms of families and meanings of kinship in a transnational world through ethnographic research, kinship, gender studies and science and technology studies. The ethnography draws from a context that is enmeshed in the local-global politics of reproduction, including the ways in which the transnational commercial surrogacy arrangement has led to an engaging and ongoing debate regarding ethics and morality in the sphere of reproductive rights.

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