The Politics of Genetic Engineering: Who Decides Who's Defective?
Psychology Today 8(1): 30+, Jun 1974.
Cloning; Disease; Discrimination; Engineering; Eugenics; Genetic Disorders; Genetic Engineering; Genetic Intervention; Government; Genetic Screening; Intelligence; Legislation; Minority Groups; Politics; Population Control; Sickle Cell Anemia; Social Control; Social Discrimination; Social Impact; State Government; Xyy Karyotype;
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Carmen, Ira H. (1996-01-01)In earlier research, I developed a notion of "biopolitics" to help explain, first, the recombinant DNA debate of the 1970-1980s, and, second, the human gene transfer-therapy debate of the 1980-1990s. Drawing upon results gleaned ...