2016
DOI: 10.1590/1805-9584-2016v24n1p101
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Abstract: Resumen: Al mismo tiempo que la gineco-obstetricia se feminiza, aumenta la problematización de la violencia obstétrica. Es a partir de estos dos fenómenos que el artículo se propone describir las diferentes posturas que los actores han tomado en torno de la introducción de prácticas de ʽparto humanizadoʼ - clasificadas como ʽabiertasʼ, ʽintermediasʼ y de ʽresistenciaʼ-, en tanto y en cuanto éstas buscan disminuir la violencia obstétrica. En especial, se subrayan las explicaciones y reacciones de las mujeres gi… Show more

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“…Obstetric violence has been the subject of study in several studies 3,5,[12][13][14][15][16] that portray the sufferings of women in childbirth care. This issue has been addressed since the end of the 1980s, due to discriminatory and inhumane attitudes towards childbirth care.…”
Section: Obstetric Violence: Typology Definitions and Legislationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Obstetric violence has been the subject of study in several studies 3,5,[12][13][14][15][16] that portray the sufferings of women in childbirth care. This issue has been addressed since the end of the 1980s, due to discriminatory and inhumane attitudes towards childbirth care.…”
Section: Obstetric Violence: Typology Definitions and Legislationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…5, [13][14][15][16] In Mexico, the Vera Cruz Law and the 007-SSA standard of the Mexican Ministry of Health promoted important issues for reproductive health, proposing that they be discussed. However, complaints related to medical conduct among women were evidence of inhumane and discriminatory practices, as evidenced by the Commission on Human Rights, which began to consider such conduct inappropriate for this type of violence, since such legislation did not address the issue under study.…”
Section: Obstetric Violence: Typology Definitions and Legislationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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