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2013, Oxford ritual studies, ISBN 0199942145, xvii, 410
Bardwell L. Smith offers a fresh perspective on mizuko kuyo, the Japanese ceremony performed to bring solace to those who have experienced miscarriage,... 
Buddhism | Buddhist women | Religious aspects | Abortion | Religious life | Fetal propitiatory rites | Religion & beliefs | religious studies | Japan
Book
2009, ISBN 0195371933, viii, 260
Many Western visitors to Japan have been struck by the numerous cemeteries for aborted fetuses, which are characterized by throngs of images of the Bodhisattva... 
Religion & beliefs | Fetal propitiatory rites | religious studies | Buddhism | Social aspects | United States | Religious aspects | Abortion | Zen | Acculturation | Culture war | Ritual | Miscarriage | Mizuko kuyo | American Buddhism
Book
2013, Oxford ritual studies series, ISBN 9780199942138
Here, Bardwell L. Smith offers a fresh perspective on mizuko kuyo, the Japanese ceremony performed to bring solace to those who have experienced miscarriage,... 
Buddhism | Buddhist women | Religious aspects | Religious life | Abortion | Fetal propitiatory rites
Web Resource
2009, ISBN 0195371933
Wilson discusses how Asian immigrants, convert Buddhists pro-life and pro-choice activists, and ordinary women have imported Japanese rituals to deal with one... 
Buddhism | Religious aspects | Social aspects | Abortion | Fetal propitiatory rites
Web Resource
2009
Wilson discusses how Asian immigrants, convert Buddhists, pro-life and pro-choice activists, and ordinary women have imported Japanese rituals to deal with one... 
Buddhism | Religious aspects | Social aspects | Abortion | Fetal propitiatory rites
Web Resource
2011, ISBN 9789461870407
In Japan, dead babies are commemorated in a mythological ritual and known as water children. Because they never had an opportunity to carry out good deeds,... 
Psychological aspects | Childlessness | Installations (Art) | Menstruation | Infertility, Female | Mukaiyama, Tomoko
Video Recording
04/2009, ISBN 0195371933, 260
This book discusses the surprising story of how Asian immigrants, convert Buddhists, pro-life and pro-choice activists, and ordinary women have imported... 
Abortion | Fetal propitiatory rites | Buddhism
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