Student Research Paper
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Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
The Reproductive Rights Movement has, throughout its history, been heavily affected by public perception. Both its proponents and opponents have therefore taken to using language in order to frame the controversial issues in ways that best achieve their respective objectives. This paper explores the terminology used to discuss such issues as birth control, sterilization, and abortion since 1914, when the term ‘birth control’ was first used.
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Badore, Angela A., "The Reproductive Rights Movement: 1914-Present" (2012). Student Publications. 20.