Psychological Well-Being, Maternal-Foetal Bonding and Experiences of Indian Surrogates

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Lamba, Nishtha;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Lucy Cavendish College
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.17863/CAM.18316
  • Subject: Surrogacy | Cross-border surrogacy | Surrogates | Indian surrogates | Maternal-foetal bonding | Prenatal bonding | Depression | Longitudinal analysis | Cross-sectional analysis | Mixed-methods approach | Pregnancy | Prenatal depression | Postnatal depression | Experiences of surrogates | Psychological well-being of surrogates | Global south | Policy | Stigma | Learned helplessness

Over the past two decades, India has become an international hub of cross-border surrogacy. The extreme economic and cultural differences between international couples seeking surrogacy and the surrogates themselves, clinics compromising health of surrogates for profit,... View more
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