DERIVED PUBLICATIONS IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
Ritual in the Hospital: Giving Birth the American Way. In Trust Your Body! Trust Your Baby! Andrea Henkart. Pp. 25-28. New Haven CT: Greenwood Press/Bergin and Garvey. (An abridged version of “The Rituals of American Hospital Birth” in Conformity and Conflict.
Culture and Birth: The Technocratic Imperative. International Journal of Childbirth Education, 9(2):6-7. Reprinted in Birth Gazette, 11(1):24-25. Translated into Russian, available at http://omama.ru/docs/tpl/doc.asp?id=717/
The Rituals of American Hospital Birth. In Conformity and Conflict: Readings in Cultural Anthropology, 8th edition. David McCurdy, ed., pp. 323-340. New York: HarperCollins. (A revision of “Ritual in the Hospital: Giving Birth the American Way” in Anthropology: Contemporary Perspectives, 1991.)
The Technocratic Model of Birth. In Feminist Theory in the Study of Folklore. Susan Tower Hollis, Linda Pershing, and M. J. Young, eds. Pp. 297-326. University of Illinois Press, (Updated and expanded revision of “The Technological Model of Birth” JAF 100(398):93-109, 1987.) Reprinted in full in Medical Anthropology, ed. Cecil Helman, a volume in The International Library of Essays in Anthropology, ed. Gerald Mars. Ashgate Publishing, 2009
Hospital Birth as a Technocratic Rite of Passage. Mothering 67:68-75.
Mind Over Body: The Pregnant Professional. In Many Mirrors: Body Image and Social Relations, pp. 204-233. New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press. (Revised from Social Science and Medicine.)
Ritual in the Hospital: Giving Birth the American Way. In Anthropology: Contemporary Perspectives, 6th edition, pp. 275-285. Whitten and Hunter, Boston: Little, Brown and Co.
The Role of American Obstetrics in the Resolution of Cultural Anomaly. Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal 4:3:162-175 and 5:1:23-39. (Reprinted from Social Science and Medicine 31 (2):175-189.)
The Technological Model of Birth. Anthropology 89/90 (Annual Editions Series), pp. 163-170. Dushkin Publishing Group, Guilford Ct. (Excerpted from JAF 1987).
Hospital Birth Routines as Rituals: Society’s Messages to American Women. Journal of Pre- and Peri-Natal Psychology 1(4): 276-296. NY: Human Sciences Press Inc.
Routines and Rituals in Childbirth: A New View. NAACOG (Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology) Update Series, Vol. 5, Princeton, NJ: Continuing Education Professional Center.
Visualization in Pregnancy. In Childbirth Alternatives Quarterly, 7(1), Janet Isaacs Ashford, ed.
Visualization in Pregnancy. Special Delivery (The Newsletter of Informed Homebirth), Rahima Baldwin, ed., Fall 1986: 1-12, (Reprinted from Childbirth Alternatives Quarterly, Janet Isaacs Ashford, ed. 7(1).)
Pregnancy and Cultural Confusion: Contradictions in Socialization. InThe Life Cycle of Women: New Anthropological Approaches, Pauline Kolenda, ed., photocopied reader distributed by the Dept. of Anthropology, U. of Houston Central Campus.