A Baby “Made in India”

Motherhood, Consumerism, and Privilege in Transnational Surrogacy

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Motherhood Business : Consumption, Communication, and Privilege
RedaktørerAnn Demo, Jennifer Borda, Charlotte Kroløkke
ForlagUniversity of Alabama Press
Publikationsdato1. okt. 2015
Sider76-94
ISBN (Trykt)978-0-8173-1890-1
StatusUdgivet - 1. okt. 2015
NavnRhetoric, Culture, and Social Critique

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Madsen, K. H. (2015). A Baby “Made in India”: Motherhood, Consumerism, and Privilege in Transnational Surrogacy. I A. Demo, J. Borda, & C. Kroløkke (red.), The Motherhood Business: Consumption, Communication, and Privilege (s. 76-94). University of Alabama Press. Rhetoric, Culture, and Social Critique
Madsen, Karen Hvidtfeldt. / A Baby “Made in India” : Motherhood, Consumerism, and Privilege in Transnational Surrogacy. The Motherhood Business: Consumption, Communication, and Privilege. red. / Ann Demo ; Jennifer Borda ; Charlotte Kroløkke. University of Alabama Press, 2015. s. 76-94 (Rhetoric, Culture, and Social Critique).
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