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Where are all the men? The marginalization of men in social scientific research on infertility
(Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 2013-06)
There is a wealth of research exploring the psychological consequences of infertility and assisted reproduction technology: a substantial body of sociological and anthropological work on ‘reproductive disruptions’ of many ...
Fit to father? Online accounts of lifestyle changes and help-seeking on a male infertility board.
The reproductive realm is routinely viewed as a feminised space requiring women’s commitment and labour. By contrast, men’s procreative contributions and ‘reproductive masculinity’ is represented as unproblematic, with men ...
Recipient and donor experiences of known egg donation: Implications for fertility counselling
(Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology (CJRI), 2019-07-28)
Objective: To explore the experiences of known egg donors and recipients in order to inform counselling practice. Background: Relatively little is known about known egg donation as a form of family-building in the UK, and ...