Direitos sexuais e reprodutivos: uma perspectiva feminista

Droits sexuells et reproductives: une perspective feministe

Reproductive and social rights: a feminist perspective

Resumos

Neste artigo as autoras problematizam o conceito de direitos sexuais e reprodutivos, de maneira a retirá-Io do campo do pensamento individualista. Propõem, então, a sua releitura segundo a perspectiva dos direitos sociais, anunciando uma abordagem feminista desta questão.

Direitos sexuais; direitos reprodutivos; feminismo; direitos sociais


Les auteurs posent en question le eoneept de droits sexuells et reproduetives, pour le déplaeer du ehamp de Ia pensée individualiste. Ils proposent, done, Ia releeture de ee eoneept-Ià par le eoneépt de droits soeiaux, enonçant ainsi une perspeetive feministe là-dessus.

Droits sexuells; droits reproduetives; feminisme; droits soeiaux


The authors wish rethink the concept of sexual rights and reproductive rights, with the theoretical intention to think these concepts outside the individualist tradition. They want to read this subject under the concept of social rights. They propose a femirlism reading of this theoretical field.

Sexual rights; reproductive rights; feminism; social rights


Direitos sexuais e reprodutivos: uma perspectiva feminista* * Este artigo. sob o título "Reproductive and Sexual Rights: A Feminist Perspective", foi originalmente publicado em Population Policies Reconsidered: Health, Empowerment and Rights, Boston, Harvard School of Public Health, 1994. [Tradução de Márcio Acselrad; revisão técnica de Sonia Corrêa]

Reproductive and social rights: a feminist perspective

Droits sexuells et reproductives: une perspective feministe

Sonia CorrêaI; Rosalind PetcheskyII

IArquiteta, especialização em antropologia, coordenadora da iniciativa gênero do ffiASE, membro da Comissão Nacional de Desenvolvimento e População

IICientista política. professora do Hunter College/CunylNova York, coordenadora do International Reproductive Rights Research Action Group (IRRRAG)

RESUMO

Neste artigo as autoras problematizam o conceito de direitos sexuais e reprodutivos, de maneira a retirá-Io do campo do pensamento individualista. Propõem, então, a sua releitura segundo a perspectiva dos direitos sociais, anunciando uma abordagem feminista desta questão.

Palavras-chave: Direitos sexuais; direitos reprodutivos; feminismo; direitos sociais.

ABSTRACT

The authors wish rethink the concept of sexual rights and reproductive rights, with the theoretical intention to think these concepts outside the individualist tradition. They want to read this subject under the concept of social rights. They propose a femirlism reading of this theoretical field.

Keywords: Sexual rights; reproductive rights; feminism; social rights.

RESUMÉ

Les auteurs posent en question le eoneept de droits sexuells et reproduetives, pour le déplaeer du ehamp de Ia pensée individualiste. Ils proposent, done, Ia releeture de ee eoneept-Ià par le eoneépt de droits soeiaux, enonçant ainsi une perspeetive feministe là-dessus.

Mots-clé: Droits sexuells; droits reproduetives; feminisme; droits soeiaux.

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Recebido em 10/05/96.

Aprovado em 15/08/96.

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  • *
    Este artigo. sob o título "Reproductive and Sexual Rights: A Feminist Perspective", foi originalmente publicado em
    Population Policies Reconsidered: Health, Empowerment and Rights, Boston, Harvard School of Public Health, 1994. [Tradução de Márcio Acselrad; revisão técnica de Sonia Corrêa]

Datas de Publicação

  • Publicação nesta coleção
    11 Maio 2010
  • Data do Fascículo
    1996

Histórico

  • Aceito
    15 Ago 1996
  • Recebido
    10 Maio 1996
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