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Title: Psychologiczne aspekty kryzysu ekologicznego w dziedzinie prokreacji
Authors: Kornas-Biela, Dorota
Keywords: ekologia prokreacji; psychogenne uwarunkowania komplikacji ciążowo-porodowych; zdrowie kobiet; rozwój prenatalny; human ecology; psychogenic etiology of gynaecological and obstertic complications; women’s health; prenatal development
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Lubelskie Towarzystwo Naukowe
Citation: Sympozjum "Ekologia prokreacji człowieka", Lublin, 18-19 listopada 1993, red. R. Sikorski] ; Komisja Ekologii Komitetu Rozwoju Człowieka PAN, Polskie Towarzystwo Ginekologiczne, Lubelskie Towarzystwo Naukowe.
Series/Report no.: Ginekologia Polska
Abstract: Ecology has centered primarily upon the effects that man’s actions have on the subhuman world. Too little attention has been directed to human ecology, especially to human reproduction. It has barely started that people pursuing more natural' life style in our highly technical society realize that their reproduction has been attacked by environmental pollution and by modern mentality. Many artificial practices connected with women’s health insidiously adopted in recent decades should be reappraised. An ecologically sensitive human sexual equilibrium is only possible in the context of natural conception regulation, natural birth and natural breast-feeding. The exploitation of women’s body by reproductive technology, contraception, abortion, medicalisation of pregnancy and delivery must be stopped, because it causes many physical and psychological harms. We must seek, as professionals, natural, safe and holistic approach to human sexuality and reproduction, especially to mothers womb - our first "home" during prenatal stage of life.
ISBN: 83-85491-31-7
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