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Student Scholarship: The Right to Abortion in Taiwan
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Hsiaowei Kuan (Penn Law) has posted Abortion Law and Abortion Discourse in Taiwan: Rights, Social Movements and Democratization on SSRN. Here is the abstract: My dissertation tells a story of the abortion right in Taiwan: how abortion was not a...
Full post as published by Reproductive Rights Prof Blog on June 20, 2008 ( boomark
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Abortion Law and Abortion Discourse in Taiwan: Rights, Social Movements and Democratization My dissertation tells a story of the abortion right in Taiwan: how abortion was not a right either before or after its legalization, how it became a right after the mobilization of social movements and democratization, and finally, what sort of right it is today.
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