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Armstrong, Elizabeth M (2003) Conceiving risk, bearing responsibility: fetal alcohol syndrome and the diagnosis of moral disorder. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press .

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Contents:
1.Conceiving risk
2. The "question of alcohol and offspring" in the nineteenth century
3. Diagnosing moral disorder
4. Charting uncertainty through doctors' lenses
5. Discordant depictions of risk
6. Medical-moral authority and the redefinition of risk in the twentieth century
7. Bearing responsibility.


Item Type
Book
Date
2003
Call No
GJ2.16.2.4.6
Pages
xiii,
Publisher
Johns Hopkins University Press
Place of Publication
Baltimore
ISBN
0-8018-7345-2
Keywords
AOD use, pregnancy, fetal development, maternal AOD exposure, maternal alcohol exposure, prenatal alcohol exposure, gender, alcohol abuse, maternal alcoholism, fetal alcohol effects, fetal alcohol syndrome, partial FAS with confirmed maternal alcohol exposure, FAS without confirmed maternal alcohol exposure, FAS with confirmed maternal alcohol exposure, mother, crime, morality, AODR fetal or infant mortality, woman, pregnant woman, US racial or ethnic group, US minority racial or ethnic group, social policy, problem alcohol use
Notes
Includes an index, end notes, an appendix, and a list of illustrations and tables.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3737 (Available)

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