Cross-Cultural Perspectives of Women in the Postgenerative Phase

  • M. Flint
Conference paper


The woman who has completed her reproductive life span and achieved natural menopause is universally about 50 years of age. How she is perceived and valued in several cultures from this time in her life to old age, as compared to when she was of reproductive age, will be the focus of this paper.


Psychosomatic Complaint Reproductive Life Span Work Aspiration Gynaecological Complaint Speaking People 
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  • M. Flint

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