Documentary Bioethics: Visual Narrativs for Generations X and Y
Stys, John C.
Journal of Medical Humanities 2006 Spring; 27(1): 57-66
Narrative bioethics is primarily understood to involve storytelling through the use of literature. This article suggests that other forms of media are necessary to convey stories of an ethical nature to an audience broader than one being trained as medical professionals. "Documentary bioethics" is a manner to present and interpret stories of an ethical nature using forms of popular electronic media in a reality-based documentary style to society at large, specifically Generations X and Y.
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