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Cousin marriages : between tradition, genetic risk and cultural change

Auteur(s) : Shaw, Alison (Éd.)
Raz, Aviad (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-238 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection : Fertility, reproduction and sexuality ; n° 28 Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2015.Cote : G.4805Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Mariage | GénétiqueThématique spécifique : Cousin | Mariage consanguin | Santé | Risque | Consanguinité
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Introduction / Shaw, Alison and Raz, Aviad --

The prevalence and outcomes of consanguineous marriage in contemporary societies / Bittles, Alan H. --

Risk calculations in consanguinity / Kate, Leo P. ten ; Teeuw, Marieke E. ; Henneman, Lidewij and Cornel, Martina C. --

Cousin marriages and inherited blood disorders in the Sultanate of Oman / Beaudevin, Claire --

"Dangerous liaisons": modern biomedical discourses and changing practices of cousin marriage in Southeastern Turkey / Prager, Laila --

British Pakistani cousin marriages and the negotiation of reproductive risk / Shaw, Alison --

A cousin marriage equals a forced marriage: transnational marriages between closely related spouses in Denmark / Liversage, Anika and Rytter, Mikkel --

Changing patterns of partner choice? Cousin marriages among Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands / Storms, Oka and Bartels, Edien --

Using community genetics for healthy consanguinity / Zlotogora, Joël --

Premarital carrier testing and matching in Jewish communities / Raz, Aviad E. --

Preconception care for consanguineous couples in the Netherlands / Teeuw, Marieke E. ; Borry, Pascal and Kate, Leo P. ten --

The marriage of cousins in Victorian England / Kuper, Adam.

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