David Geiringer

bodily routines that accompanied the method. As the husband above pointed out, the reading of the thermometer did cause sex to be less than spontaneous for both partners, but women also had the accompanying procedure to go through. This was all the more trying for some women as the prescriptive literature made a point of stressing that rectal recording was preferable. The image in Figure 3 shows an

in The Pope and the pill
David Geiringer

outside of the research context. Listening back on the interview recordings, it is difficult to detect what, if any, effect this association might have had. What is important is that this dynamic was acknowledged prior to the interviews and steps were taken to negate its impact. The interviewees were briefed on the rigorous ethical review process that had been carried out. It was also stressed that their

in The Pope and the pill
Carmen M. Mangion

Forty Years’ Work in Westminster (London: Catholic Truth Society, 1900). 100 Elizabeth Smyth, “‘Writing Teaching Us Our Mysteries”: Women Religious Recording and Writing History’, in Beverly Boutilier and Alison Prentice, eds, Creating Historical Memory: English-Canadian women and the Work of History (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997), pp. 101–28. In this essay, Smyth examines the ‘power of institutional memory’ by exploring the historical writing of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Canadian women religious. 101 O’Brien, 1988, p. 137. Building corporate identity 179 who

in Contested identities
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Changing ministries
Carmen Mangion

human rights, with sufficient sensitivity not to provide an excuse to someone in a power-position to retaliate against the very people our Sisters are trying to serve.’ 119 In a position paper dated 1987, the Union sisters reported on ‘signs of life’ among the barrio members. These included barrio members organising to put in basic services of water, sewerage and electricity but also recording the struggles to maintain democratic processes within the barrio structures. Their position paper acknowledged that their intent, to create an active, Catholic populace with

in Catholic nuns and sisters in a secular age
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Stephen Penn

On Predicamental Being God 52 In the first five, as their titles generally suggest, he began recording his convictions about the reality of universals systematically, presenting his most detailed account of their nature and significance in the fifth, On Universals (1368–69). To believe in universals as Wyclif did was to maintain that the act of identifying a dog as a dog or a man as a

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