Shaping the motherhood of indigenous mexico is an in depth examination of the ways in which the neoliberal mexican state attempts to control womens reproductive practices and intervene in child rearing and family relations through the cash transfer program known as oportunidades opportunities in english with more than a fifth of mexicos population enrolled oportunidades uses access to monthly cash benefits for women and children to induce women to take responsibility for health . Shaping the motherhood of indigenous mexico smith oka vania isbn 9780826519184 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Mainstream mexican views of indigenous women center on them as problematic mothers and development programs have included the goal of helping these women become good mothers. With ethnographic immediacy shaping the motherhood of indigenous mexico examines the dynamics among the various players indigenous mothers clinicians and representatives of development programs the womens voices lead the reader to understand the structures of dependency that paradoxically bind indigenous women within a program that calls for their empowerment
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