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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.6.2013.tde-04092014-124720
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Author
Full name
Raquel de Almeida Marques
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Cuenca, Angela Maria Belloni (President)
Cruz, Elizabete Franco
Diniz, Carmen Simone Grilo
Title in Portuguese
Ciberativismo em defesa do parto humanizado e da descriminalização do aborto: as diferenças na defesa dos direitos reprodutivos
Keywords in Portuguese
Descriminalização do Aborto
Parto Humanizado
Abstract in Portuguese
Ciberativismo em defesa do parto humanizado e da descriminalização do aborto: as diferenças na defesa dos direitos reprodutivos Parto e aborto fazem parte do escopo dos direitos reprodutivos e existem diversas organizações que trabalham estas questões, seja entendendo-os como uma questão de saúde e direitos humanos, seja focada em uma ou outra pauta especificamente. A defesa destes dois direitos possuem inúmeras similaridades em sua forma de articulação, rede de apoio e discursos, mas em alguns momentos se afastam. Este trabalho tem o objetivo analisar exclusivamente as diferenças no ciberativismo de movimentos organizados da sociedade civil em defesa do parto humanizado e pela descriminalização do aborto. Através das informações publicadas nos sites e utilizando análise de conteúdo, foram analisadas as categorias religião, classe social, mortalidade e consumo. Avaliando o conteúdo dos nove sites analisados concluímos que religião e classe social são pouco mencionadas quando relacionadas ao parto, mas frequentemente mencionadas na discussão pela descriminalização do aborto. A mortalidade materna é uma preocupação nas duas causas e a questão do
Title in English
Cyberactivism in defense of humanized childbirth and the decriminalization of abortion: differences in the fight for reproductive rights
Keywords in English
Decriminalization of Abortion
Humanized Birth
Abstract in English
Childbirth and abortion fall under the scope of reproductive rights, and a number of organizations address these issues, by understanding them both as a public health and human rights issues, or by focusing on one or the other specifically. The defense of these two rights has numerous similarities: similarities in terms of how they are articulated, their support networks, and discourse. However, on some occasions they drift apart. This study aims to analyze not the similarities but the differences of the cyberactivism in defense of humanized childbirth and decriminalization of abortion practiced by a number of organized groups in society privileging one of these issues. Through the information published on websites and using content analysis, this study focuses on the following categories: religion, social class, maternal mortality, and consumption. Evaluating the content of nine websites this study found that religion and social class are mentioned little when related to childbirth, but often mentioned in discussions for the decriminalization of abortion. Maternal mortality is a concern expressed in both causes and the issue of
 
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2014-09-10
 
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