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Human reproduction: Social and technological aspects
Mary C McConnell
Written in English
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The Concept of Moral Consensus The Case of Technological Interventions in Human Reproduction. Editors: Bayertz, K. (Ed.) Free Preview. Buy this book eB59 € Book Subtitle The Case of Technological Interventions in Human Reproduction Editors. Introduction. Reproduction defines the start of the human life cycle and is subject to intense selection. Not only is sexual selection in relation to choosing a mate a crucial evolutionary barrier, but so too is the selection of individual gametes for fertilization, the implantation of the blastocyst into the endometrium and the development of the by: 9.
The primary function of Graphic Reproduction is to provide a discursive and visual forum where the affective, biological, social, and political complexities of reproduction can exist together in generative uncertainty. The comics in this book offer a rich, multivalent perspective on human reproduction. This first volume of the series of the International Academy of Human Reproduction focuses on new aspects of reproductive medicine, from the professional responsibility model of ethics to the areas of high clinical involvement in human reproduction, such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary, family planning and post-coital contraception.
Already, more and more non-scientists are becoming aware of what’s at stake for all of us, and realizing that germline gene editing is a social and political matter, not just a scientific : Marcy Darnovsky. Background. While assisted reproductive technology (ART), including in vitro fertilization has given hope to millions of couples suffering from infertility, it has also introduced countless ethical, legal, and social challenges. The objective of this paper is to identify the aspects of ART that are most relevant to present-day society and discuss the multiple ethical, legal, and social Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Human reproduction: social and technological aspects. [Biological Sciences Curriculum Study.;]. Specifically, the program provides an opportunity for students to assess the effects of selected technological innovations in order to make intelligent decisions about them.
This module, which focuses on a variety of topics related to the past, present, and future of human reproduction, consists of 8 : Mary C.
McConnell. A collection of essays, framed with original introductions, Reproduction and Society: Interdisciplinary Readings helps students to think critically about reproduction as a social d into six rich and varied sections, this book offers students and instructors a broad overview of the social meanings of reproduction and offers opportunities to explore significant questions of how 5/5(1).
It also discusses how present day human females may feel more sexually receptive around ovulation. The genetic sex determines the biological maleness and femaleness.
Gender identity is the psychological awareness of one's biological sex. Sex role is the outward expression of one's gender identity. Human Reproductive Biology, Third Edition emphasizes the biological and biomedical aspects of human reproduction, explains advances in reproductive science and discusses the choices and concerns of today.
Generously illustrated in full color, the text provides current information about human reproductive anatomy and Edition: 3. Generously illustrated in full color, the text provides current information about human reproductive anatomy and ideal book for courses on human reproductive biology - includes chapter introductions, sidebars on related topics of interest, chapter summaries and suggestions for further material competely updated with the latest research results, methods, and topics now organized to facilitate logical presentation of topicsNew chapters on Reproductive 3/5(2).
The fourth edition of Human Reproductive Biology—winner of a Textbook Excellence Award (Texty) from The Text and Academic Authors Association—emphasizes the biological and biomedical aspects of human reproduction, explains advances in reproductive science and discusses the choices and concerns of usly illustrated in full color, the text provides current information about.
Ethical aspects of human reproduction 18 Conclusion Ethical issues of human reproduction are numerous, let us just bring to a close with some of them. Moral problems arise constantly in social life with the need to resolve conflicts between moral rules and principles to help, regulate and modify desires.
While assisted reproductive technology (ART), including in vitro fertilization has given hope to millions of couples suffering from infertility, it has also introduced countless ethical, legal, and social challenges. The objective of this paper is to identify the aspects of ART that are most relevant to present-day society and discuss the multiple ethical, legal, and social challenges inherent to this by: "THE DIGNITY OF HUMAN PROCREATION AND REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS" February This year on its 10th anniversary, the Pontifical Academy for Life has devoted the debates and deliberations of its General Assembly to a topic of very great contemporary relevance and strong social impact.
Reproductive technology encompasses all current and anticipated uses of technology in human and animal reproduction, including assisted reproductive technology, contraception and others. It is also termed Assisted Reproductive Technology, where it entails an array of appliances and procedures that enable the realization of safe, improved and healthier reproduction.
Books in this series focus on the social, cultural, material, legal, historical and political aspects of human reproduction, encouraging work from early career researchers as well as established scholars. The series includes monographs, edited collections and shortform books (betweenwords).
Social technology is a way of using human, intellectual and digital resources in order to influence social processes. For example, one might use social technology to ease social procedures via social software and social hardware, which might include the use of computers and information technology for governmental procedures or business practices.
It has historically referred to two meanings. Human Reproductive Biology focuses on the processes, concerns, and trends in human reproduction. Divided into four parts with 19 chapters, the book starts by tracing the history of human reproduction biology and the questions and choices involved.
The first part focuses on the male and female reproductive systems. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Deeply informed by Greely’s command of both science and law, The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction is a book for parents, citizens, and all those, born and unborn, who will face the consequences of a new era of human by: The Ethical Challenges of the New Reproductive Technologies Sidney Callahan These interrelated social and technological changes have produced a It is also no argument for employing an innovative procedure to point.
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April 6, Changes in human reproduction raise legal, ethical issues, Stanford scholar says. The implications of emerging biotechnologies and what they mean for human reproduction and making.
The following is an excerpt from The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction by Henry T. Greely. This is a book about the future of our species, about the likely development of revolutionary biological technologies, and about the deep ethical and.
This book examines the controversial and increasingly complex policy issues surrounding reproduction today. Blank and Merrick argue that medical advances, changing social values, and novel legal cases are challenging conventional notions of reproductive rights, Price: $.
Diseases are environmental stressors that can easily break through the technological and physiological defences of the human genome Considering the strong evidence that our species has a greater range of both technological and physiological mechanisms for buffering the effects of environmental stress, one could argue that genetic evolution is no longer influencing our by: 9.Scope.
Human Reproduction publishes full length, peer reviewed papers reporting original research, including randomized controlled trials, as well as meta-analyses, opinions, debates, invited editorials and editorial commentaries and concise clinical case reports of outstanding originality and importance.
Mini-reviews forming part of the ‘ Developments in Reproductive Biology and Medicine. SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF IN VITRO FERTILIZATION - Volume 15 Issue 1 - Elizabeth Heitman Eliciting ethical and social values in health technology assessment: A participatory approach.
Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 73, Issue. 1, p. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to Cited by: