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Familienplanung, Gesundheit und Entwicklung in Guatemala, 1944-1986
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Medicine, Biopolitics and the New Techniques of Procedural Management
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Eine transnationale Wissensgeschichte im Kalten Krieg
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argue that it has become increasingly inadequate to frame current biopolitics in terms of biological determinism and reductionism, of state-led population policies, or of eugenics and racism.2 In this paper, I will argue that these assumptions turn out to be mis- leading if we look at one important field of international biopolitics, namely 1 Regarding the governmentality concept, see Foucault 2004; for an introduction to governmentality studies, see Burchell/Gordon/Miller 1993 and Bröck- ling

50. Mourning Trauern HS? 51. Music Musik hist. 24 | Christoph Antweiler Murdocks Bezeich- nung und alphabeti- sche Ordnung (1945) Deutsche Entsprechung Kom- mentar Mögliche Funktionskol- lektive 52. Mythology Mythologie 53. Numerals Zahlwörter hist. 54. Obstetrics Geburtshilfe vgl. # 58 55. Penal sanctions Sanktionen bei Fehlverhalten Bestrafungsper- sonal, Eltern 56. Personal names Eigennamen 57. Population policy Fruchtbarkeitsbegrenzung 58. Postnatal care Geburtsnachsorge HS 59. Pregnancy usages Schwangerschaftssitten

Kind zum Di- enst nach Plan. Hebammen in der Bundesrepublik 1950-1975, V&R uni- press 2009). She works in the area of health promotion and self-help at the Paritätischer Wohlfahrtsverband, Hannover. Susanne Schultz, Dr. phil., is a political scientist and postdoc researcher at Leibniz Universität Hanover and also editor for the Berlin based NGO Gen- ethisches Netzwerk. Her thesis focused on international population policies, state theory and the NGOization of women's health movements (Hegemo- nie, Gouvernementalität, Biomacht. Reproduktive Risiken und die Trans

, Chicago IL: Communication Laboratory, Community and Family Study Center, University of Chicago 1975. Bravo, Germán: »National Planning and Population Policy in Colombia«, in: McCoy, Terry L. (Hg.): The Dynamics of Population Policy in Latin America, Cambridge MA: Ballinger Pub. Co 1974, S. 265–292. Brown, Roy E.; Wray, Joe: »The Starving Roots of Population Growth«, in: Na- tural History, 1974, S. 46–53. Brzezinski, Steven: »Church versus State. Family Planning in Colombia, 1966–1972«, in: Journal of Church and State, 18, 3, 1976, S. 491–502. Calderón Alvarado, Luis

Volkswohlfahrt. Bericht über die Verhand- lungen eines zusammengesetzten Ausschusses des preußischen Landesgesundheitsrats vom 2. Juli 1932. Berlin 1932 Doering-Manteuffel, Anselm: Mensch, Maschine, Zeit. Fortschrittsbe- wußtsein und Kulturkritik im ersten Drittel des 20. Jahrhunderts, in: Jahrbuch des Historischen Kollegs 2003, München 2004, S. 91-119 Dorbritz, Jürgen/Andrea Lengerer/Kerstin Ruckdeschel: Einstellungen zu demographischen Trends und zu bevölkerungsrelevanten Politi- ken. Ergebnisse der Population Policy Acceptance Study in Deutschland. Wiesbaden 2005 Drehsen

«, in: Population and Development Review, 17, 1, 1991, S. 1–34; Demeny, Paul: »Social Science and Population Policy«, in: Population and Development Review, 14, 3, 1988, S. 451–479; Hodgson, Dennis: »Orthodoxy and Revisionism in American Demo- graphy«, in: Population and Development Review, 14, 4, 1988, S. 541–569; Hodgson, Dennis: »Demography as Social Science and Policy Science«, in: Population and De- velopment Review, 9, 1, 1983, S. 1–34. 77 | Vgl. Suitters, Beryl: Be Brave and Angry. Chronicles of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, London: IPPF

a ‘deadweight for the society’. In his work on refugees, Karl Valentin 15 For an earlier example of how these fields have been entwined in the case of Turkey, see Gökay, F. K. (1934) ‘Milli Nüfus Siyasetinde (Eugenique) Meselesinin Mahiyeti’ [The Nature of the Issue of Eugenics in National Population Policy], Ülkü: Halkevleri ve Halkodalari Dergisi, vol. 3, pp. 206-213. Refugee Trajectories 203 Müller also underlined the importance of categorizing refugees according to their vocation and ability to work, so that they would not feel like a ‘deadweight for the