Women and Population Politics
Keywords:populations politics, agency, women, labour, economics
The paper titled Women and Population Politics was written with an economic perspective and discusses how women were impacted by population politics theories, such as Malthus’ theory, as the world progressed through history from the Industrial Revolution, through the First and Second World Wars and became what is Western society today. This paper talks about the relationships women and labour have had historically, parenting choices and birth control, the disregard of women’s agency in theories on population politics, as well as how we can unlearn them.
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