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Title: Wombs in labour: transnational commercial surrogacy in India
Authors: Dey, Deblina
JGLS
Keywords: Surrogacy in India
Commercial Surrogacy
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Routledge, London
Citation: Deblina Dey. (2015). [Review of the book: Pande, Amrita. Wombs in labour: transnational commercial surrogacy in India]. Contemporary South Asia Vol 23 No 3: pp365-366.
Abstract: Very aptly titled, Wombs in labor: transnational commercial surrogacy in India highlights the unchallenged politics of labor extraction in gestational surrogacy. The nine chapters by Pande portray the landscape of the global surrogacy market and critique the skewed legal structure associated with it. While the theoretical framework is not extremely novel, the relevance of the topic and the nuanced ethnographic revelations make the book an extremely interesting read
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/728
ISSN: 0958-4935
Appears in Collections:JGU Research Publications

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