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Conceiving Contemporary Parenthood: Intentions, Expectations and Reproductive Technologies

While studies of ‘parenting culture’ and ‘assisted reproductive technologies’ are now well-established areas of social science scholarship, so far, the potential connections between the two fields have not been significantly explored. Responding to calls for a more ‘processual’ approach to studying reproduction in order to make clearer contributions to sociological theory more broadly, Charlotte Faircloth and Zeynep B Gurtin begin a dialogue between these mutually relevant bodies of literature, highlighting connections and crosscutting findings.

Charlotte Faircloth, University College London and Zeynep Gurtin, University of Cambridge

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