Cycles of Change: Menstruation and Menopause
Fully developed answers of approximately 150-200 words (maximum) for each question Use only the course materials when answering the questions.
Responses should be double-spaced and typed using 12 point font. Must cite the source of all your ideas, not just direct quotations. When citing from one of the texts, use the author(s) name and the page number, for example, (Bell and Doucet 102). When citing from the Manual, use the unit number and page: for example, (Module 1 Intersectionality). Worksheets must have reference notes!
Why does Lee in “Health and Sickness: The Meaning of Menstruation and Premenstrual Syndrome in Women’s Lives” suggest that women experience when menstruating should be viewed as “changes” rather than a “syndrome” arguing that it “may be an important step in dismantling the concept of PMS” (32)? Explain her position on the terminology. According to Module 5 Part I, menstruation, childbirth, and menopause are some of the most important health events women confront, and yet they have for years been shrouded in mystery and myth. Why has this been the case?
“Just because the label says “natural” does not mean that it is necessarily “safer” or “better” (Allina and Fugh-Berman 3). On what basis do the authors make this claim?
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