The Status of Artificially Procreated Children: International Disparities
Delaisi de Parseval, Genevieve
Bioethics. 1988 Apr; 2(2): 136-150.
Swiss, French, Australian, and Swedish laws regulating the artificial insemination process and the rights and obligations of each party involved are surveyed and comparatively analyzed according to who and what values are protected by the existing systems, their degree of recognition of the human bonds that derive from the new techniques of reproduction, and the interests of the artificially procreated child. (KIE abstract)
Artificial Insemination; Children; Confidentiality; Consent; Donors; Fathers; Government; Government Regulation; Homosexuals; Legal Aspects; Laws; Mothers; Parent Child Relationship; Physicians; Regulation; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Selection for Treatment; Semen Donors; Single Persons; Spousal Consent; Values;
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