Approaches Responsive to Reproductive Technologies: A Need for Critical Assessment and Directions for Further Study
Kondratowicz, Diane M.
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1997 Spring; 6(2): 148-156.
Since its inception decades ago, technological intervention in human reproduction has been the subject of considerable attention and controversy. After identifying two focal points of debate, I focus in this paper upon an emerging body of literature repsonsive to a host of problematic issues that, scholars claim, reproductive technologies pose. Maintaining that critical assessment of this literature is necessary, I identify two areas of inquiry which deserve attention and, correspondingly, sketch directions which might guide further study.
Attitudes; Autonomy; Consensus; Decision Making; Empirical Research; Ethics; Evaluation; Feminist Ethics; Freedom; In Vitro Fertilization; Infertility; Justice; Literature; Morality; Public Participation; Public Policy; Regulation; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Social Impact; Women's Rights;
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