- Title Pages
Part IBodies beyond Boundaries: Evolving Physical Development and Reproductive Technologies
1Gender, Health, and the Problem of “Precocious Puberty” in Meiji Japan
2Sex in School
3From Single Motherhood to Queer Reproduction
4Solving Low Fertility Rate with Technology?
Part IIWomen Producing and Consuming Health Knowledge: Embracing Drugs, Vitamins, and Food
5The Japanese Patent Medicine Trade in East Asia
6Housewives as Kitchen Pharmacists
Part IIIPotent(ial) Virility: Labor, Migration, and the Military in the Construction of Masculinity
7Weak Men and Barren Women
8Christine Goes to China
9Providing 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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