Competency to Choose Place of Residence: A Case Study
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Strang, David G.; Molloy, D. William; Harrison, Christine (1998)Health care workers often perceive a conflict between autonomy and beneficence when dealing with clients living at risk in the community. Respect for personal freedom and the desire to help and protect vulnerable ...
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Hoskins, Betty B.; Holmes, Helen Bequaert (1985)Standard arguments for and against sex preselection, i.e., choosing the sex of one's child prior to conception, are reviewed. Sex preselection is then considered from a feminist perspective which attempts to maximize clusters ...