Can Ethnography Save the Life of Medical Ethics?
SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE 1992 December; 35(12): 1421-1431
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Hoffmaster, Barry (1992-12)Since its inception contemporary medical ethics has been regarded by many of its practitioners as 'applied ethics', that is, the application of philosophical theories to the moral problems that arise in health care. ...