- Title Pages
- Part I Bodies beyond Boundaries: Evolving Physical Development and Reproductive Technologies
- 1 Gender, Health, and the Problem of “Precocious Puberty” in Meiji Japan
- 2 Sex in School
- 3 From Single Motherhood to Queer Reproduction
- 4 Solving Low Fertility Rate with Technology?
- Part II Women Producing and Consuming Health Knowledge: Embracing Drugs, Vitamins, and Food
- 5 The Japanese Patent Medicine Trade in East Asia
- 6 Housewives as Kitchen Pharmacists
- Part III Potent(ial) Virility: Labor, Migration, and the Military in the Construction of Masculinity
- 7 Weak Men and Barren Women
- 8 Christine Goes to China
- 9 Providing Reassurance and Affirmation
- Gender, Health, and History in Modern East Asia
- Angela Ki Che Leung, Izumi Nakayama
- Hong Kong University Press
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