Current Medical, Legal and Demographic Perspectives on Artificial Reproduction in Czechoslovakia
American Journal of Public Health. 1989 Jan; 79(1): 57-61.
This paper examines artificial reproduction (AR) within a broad comparative perspective and with specific reference to Czechoslovak law, medicine, and demography. It proceeds from an analysis of the social context that gives rise to technologies of AR to a review of the two principal technologies, artificial insemination (AI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF). A final section briefly discusses some of the implications of AR for new judicial conceptions of motherhood and fatherhood.
Artificial Insemination; Attitudes; Communism; Confidentiality; Donors; Embryo Transfer; In Vitro Fertilization; Infertility; International Aspects; IVF; Law; Legal Aspects; Married Persons; Medicine; Mothers; Parent Child Relationship; Physicians; Population Control; Public Policy; Regulation; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Review; Rights; Semen Donors; Single Persons; Surrogate Mothers; Values; Women's Rights;
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