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AFIN is an interdisciplinary, inter-university and international research group focusing on basic and applied research in the social sciences, humanities and health sciences. It is dedicated to the study of human reproduction and the inequality as it relates to age, sex, racial or ethnic origin, religions or convictions, medical conditions, sexual orientation, nationality and the intersection of these aspects.
Since its creation in 2004, AFIN has been characterized by its interdisciplinary focus, its academic relationships with other national and international research groups and institutions, and a clear commitment to ensuring that its research findings reach the citizens and communities.
Professionals from the field of social, cultural and medical anthropology, sociology, education, law, medicine, psychology, and social work attached to various domestic and international universities and institutions, organizations and services, from both the public and private sectors belong to AFIN.
Its main areas of research and applied work include:
- Person, Gender, Body, Care, Health, Death
- Parenting -mothering and fathering-, work-life balance, caregiving, reproductive work and family life
- Human Reproduction -sexual and assisted reproduction, third party reproduction (gametes, embryo, gestation or child provided by a third party), fertility preservation, cross-border reproductive care (CBRC)-
- Reproductive Processes (preimplantation genetic diagnosis, pregnancy/screenings, partum, postpartum, breastfeeding, reproductive loss, endometriosis and other medical conditions)
- Secrecy, anonymity, privacy
- Childhood and Youth, Missing/stolen babies and children
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REPRO-FLUJOS EN EUROPA, AFRICA DEL NORTE Y AMERICA LATINA: LA MOVILIDAD DE PERSONAS Y GAMETOS EN EL CONTEXTO FRAGMENTADO DE LA REGULACION TRANSNACIONAL EN ADOPCION Y REPRODUCCION
Marre Cifola, D., Pujol-Tarres, J., ANTONIO SALCIDO, F., ARIZA, L., Agoglia, I. S., Alvarez Mora, M. B., CASANOVA MOLINA, G. E., Clemente Martínez, C. K., Colavolpe Severi, G., DE LORENZI, M. A., DESY, A., GAGGIOTTI, M., GAGGIOTTI-MARRE, S., GESTEIRA, S., Gaggiotti, H., HADID, L., Malgosa Gasol, E., Mantilla Salazar, V. E., Mcintyre , L., Platero Mendez, R. L., ROMEU LABAYEN, M., ROULAND, B., SALOME LIMA, N., SUBIAS MIQUEL, M., San Roman Sobrino, M. B., Sanmiquel Molinero, L., TORRA MERIN, M., TORT NASARRE, G., VIADER, B., Villalta, C., WOJCIECH SMIETANA, M., ZANINI, G., Galbany Estragués, P., Gallego Molinero, A., MEDINA RODRIGUEZ, M. D. V., Montenegro Martinez, M., Rodríguez Jaume, M. J. & SAZ ROY, M. A.
1/09/21 → 31/08/25
1/03/20 → 29/02/24
Insausti ., S. J., 1 Jan 2022, In: Paginas. Translated title of the contribution: From assassins to victims: male masculinity in criminal journalism (Argentina, 1945 - 1989)
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Influenza and Pertussis Maternal Vaccination Coverage and Influencing Factors in Spain: A Study Based on Primary Care Records Registry.Fernández-Cano, M. I., Arreciado Marañon, A., Reyes-Lacalle, A., Feijoo-Cid, M., Manresa Dominguez, J. M., Montero-Pons, L., Cabedo, M. R., Toran-Monserrat, P. & Falguera-Puig, G., 6 Apr 2022, In: Int J Environ Res Public Health.. 19, 7, 13 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-reviewOpen Access
Clemente Martinez, C. K., 31 May 2022, (Accepted in press)
Research output: Book/Report › Book › Research › peer-review