Footnotes for "Compassion and Concentric Circles of Support" by Frederica Mathewes-Green, M.A.

  1. Carol Gilligan, In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women's Development (Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press, 1982).
  2. Examples include: Regina Morantz-Sanchez, "Feminist Theory and Historical Practice: Rereading Elizabeth Blackwell", History and Theory, 31(4): 51-70 (December 1992); and Judi Beinstein Miller, "Women's and Men's Scripts for Interpersonal Conflict", Psychology of Women Quarterly, 15(1): 15-30 (March 1991).
  3. Another finding of this poll is that while 19% of the population opposes abortion under any circumstances, 27% of African Americans hold this belief, and African Americans are only half as likely to hold the extreme view of government-funded abortion for any reason at any stage of pregnancy, at 3%.
  4. Annie Lamott, Operating Instructions (Fawcett/Columbine, 1993). See especially p. 39
  5. Stanley K. Henshaw and Jane Silverman, "The Characteristics and Prior Contraceptive Use of U.S. Abortion Patients", Family Planning Perspectives, 20(4):158-176 (July/August 1988)
  6. Attention to this group in the popular press, in addition to several television reports, includes an article by Una McManus, "Network of Hope", Readers Digest, 139(835): 132-136 (November 1991)
  7. Sarah Baxter, "The Tories' Anti-social Engineering", New Statesman & Society, 6(277):20 (November 5, 1993)
  8. "Dad's Army: Child Support", The Economist, 331(7858): 62 (April 9, 1994); see also "Poor Dad: the Child Support Agency", The Economist, 332(7873):57-58 (July 23, 1994)
  9. Ray Kerrison "Abortion Tragedy is Tale of Horror", New York Post, January 7, 1991, p. 2
  10. James Miller, "In Indiana and Maryland, a Tale of Two Abortions," The Baltimore Evening Sun, February 15, 1991, p. A21
  11. Andre Jackson, "Deliberations Set Today in Abortion-Suicide Suit," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 1, 1991, p. 5A
  12. Melodie Gage, "Big Brother versus Erin's Mom", Sisterlife, Spring 1991, p. 1
  13. James L. Rogers, Robert F. Boruch, George B. Stoms, and Dorothy Demoya, "Impact of the Minnesota Parental Notification Law on Abortion and Birth", American Journal of Public Health, 81(3) (May, 1991)
  14. Ibid.
  15. "7 Women Say Correction Dept. Told Officers to Have Abortions", New York Times, May 24, 1989, p. B3
  16. See note 5 above
  17. Ibid.
  18. Kristen Luker, Taking Chances: Abortion and the Decision Not to Contracept. (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley University of CA Press, 1975)
  19. Robert A. Hatcher, et al. Contraceptive Technology, 16th Revised Edition, (New York: Irvington Publishers, Inc., 1994)
  20. See note 5 above
  21. Elizabeth Bartholet, Family Bonds (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1993) p. 95