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Anthropology: ANTH202 READINGS

READINGS

BOOKS FOR ANTHROPOLOGY ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN LIBRARY SECOND FLOOR ON SHELF NUMBERS 301 AND 306.

THE LINKS BELOW YOU CAN CLICK ON THEM AND THEY WILL TAKE YOU STRAIT TO THE ARTICLE.

 

1. Nanda & Warms (2012), Cultural Anthropology, Chapter 8: Marriage, family and domestic groups, 169-191 (book is available at PMB library: HC is the process of purchasing the copy)

2.Taylor, B. 2005. “Whose baby is it? The impact of reproductive technologies on kinship”, Human Fertility, 189-195

3. Same sex marriage from an anthropological view

4. Amoateng, AY. 2007. “Towards a conceptual framework for families and households.” In AY Amoateng and T Heaton (eds). Families and Households in post-apartheid South Africa: Socio-demographic perspectives. Cape Town. HSRC Press.

5. Makiwane et al 2017. Family in a changing South Africa: Structures, functions and welfare of members. South African Review of Sociology, 48:2, 49-69

6. OECD family changes 2011. “Families are changing”, www.oecd.org, 1-37

7. Dillon, M. and Walsh C. 2012. The Left Behind: The Experiences of Children of Caribbean whose parents have migrated. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Vol 43, No. 6 pp 871 -902

8. Hall, K. 2016. Maternal and child migration in post-apartheid South Africa: Evidence from the NIDS panel study. Cape Town: SALDRU, University of Cape Town. SALDRU Working Paper Number 178/ NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/5

9. Therborn, G. 2004. “African Families in a Global context”. In G. THerborn (ed) African Families in a Global Context. Sweden.  Elanders Infologistics. 

10. Delaporte, S. 2008. Redefining Childcare in the context of AIDs: the extended family revisited. Agenda: Empowering Women for gender equity. Vol. 22, No. 75, pp 129 – 140

11. Hills et al 2016. The lived experience of street children in Durban, South Africa. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Wellbeing. Vol 11, pp1-11

 

ANTH202 ASSIGNMENT HELP

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Kindly find the readings that might help you with your assignment.

 

Topic 1 : New Reproductive technologies (NRT’s) are defined as those technologies that help people who are socially and bodily infertile, create a family. These include single women and men as well as homosexual couples who rely on gametes for the creation of a future child. Discuss what IVF and surrogacy involves for couples and its impact on modern society.

 
1. Embryos, ethics and women's rights: exploring the new reproductive technologies - 612.6 EMB (Available at the second floor mai library)
2. The Elusive Embryo: How Women and Men Approach New Reproductive Technologies:The Elusive Embryo: How Women and Men Approach New Reproductive Technologies.

3. Gay Men Who Become Fathers via Surrogacy: The Transition to Parenthood by Kim BergmanRitchie RubioRobert-Jay GreenElena Padron

4. Surrogate parenting, The advantages and disadvantages by ML Lupto

5. Ethics aspects of third party reproductionby Jack BikoZozo Nene

 

Topic 2 : Discuss how labour market participation has influenced changing family formations, household structure, fertility rates and intimate relationship in the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) region.

1. Fertility, Mobility and Labour-ForceParticipation: A Study of Synchronicity

2. Religiosity, gender attitudes and women's labour market participation and fertility decisions in Europe

3. Family policies in developed countries: a ‘fertility-booster’ with side-effects

4. The Impact of Family Policies on Fertility Trends in Developed Countries

5. Gender gap and labour market participation A composite indicator for the ranking of European countries

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