Reinterpreting Menopause Cultural and Philosophical Issues by P. Komesaroff

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Reinterpreting Menopause brings together a number of reflections from a broad range of areas including feminism, cultural studies, clinical medicine, sociology, philosophy and political science and includes the voices and experiences of menopausal women themselves.

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Biomedical literature suggests that menopause primarily represents negative change in women’s lives. Feminist literature on menopause proposes that it can represent positive change or is a neutral experience for individual women.

Conflicting characterizations result from different empirical emphases; biomedical research has focused on bodily change, and feminist research has highlighted Cited by:   About the Author.

Jeanne Daly is co-editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health and Adjunct Professor in the Mother & Child Health Research Centre at La Trobe University, Melbourne. She is the coauthor of Technologies and Health: Critical Compromises (), The Public Health Researcher: A Methodological Guide (), Reinterpreting Menopause: Cultural.

Menopause is defined as the permanent cessation of menstruation and ovulation due to ovarian failure. After 12 months of amenorrhea without pathological etiology, menopause is considered “natural” or “spontaneous.” Menopause can also be induced prematurely (before age 40 years) or early (before age 45 years), through medical interventions such as surgery (e.g., bilateral oophorectomy.

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Menopause as magic marker: Discursive consolidation in the United States and strategies for cultural combat. In P. Komesaroff, P. Rothfield, & J. Daly (Eds.), Reinterpreting menopause: Cultural and philosophical issues (pp. New York: Routledge.

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Brand: Columbia University Press. Although the average age of menopause is 51, menopause can actually happen any time from the 30s to the mids or later. Women who smoke and are underweight tend to have an earlier menopause, while women who are overweight often have a later menopause.

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Her recent publications in age studies include “Little Women: The Aging Female Character in Nineteenth-Century British Children's Literature”, in Figuring Age: Women, Bodies, Generations (Indiana University Press, ); “Literary History as a Tool for Gerontology”, in Handbook of the Humanities and Cited by: 2.

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The left hand of the goddess: The silencing of menopause as a bodily experience of transition In Komesaroff P., Rothfield P., & Daly J. (Eds.), Reinterpreting menopause: Cultural and philosophical issues (pp. 17–31). New York, NY/London, UK: by: 2. Not too far in the past, if a woman was assertive, demanding and purposeful, she was considered a controlling bitch.

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