'We Are (Not) the Master of Our Body': Elderly Jewish Women's Attitudes Towards Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
Ethnicity & health 2011 Jun; 16(3): 259-78
In Belgium, dominant ideological traditions--Christianity and non-religious humanism--have the floor in debates on euthanasia and hardly any attention is paid to the practices and attitudes of ethnic and religious minorities, for instance, Jews. This article aims to meet this lacuna.
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