Encyclopedia of Birth Control by Vern L. Bullough
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Overview: Edited by a noted scholar of health and sexuality, Encyclopedia of Birth Control is a complete report on the historical development and efficacy of contraceptive practices around the world, both past and present.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational
• More than 100 A-Z entries written by scholars in bioethics, history, nursing, sexual medicine, and sociology
• Descriptions of the positions of the major religions toward birth control
• Country-by-country analysis of current contraceptive practices
• Illustrations including contemporary and historical photographs, posters, advertisements, and art