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cover Women's Rights and Bioethics

Edited by Lorraine Dennerstein

Ethics series

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18,30 € €

Livre, 216 pages

Format: 21 x 13 cm

2001, 978-92-3-103765-8

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Advances in the biomedical sciences have raised pertinent, and often paradoxical, questions concerning the relationship between women's health and their rights.

This book, based on the Round Table on Bioethics and Women held at UNESCO during the Fourth Session of the International Bioethics Committee (IBC), presents the experience of field workers and actors in areas as diverse as health, legal affairs, governance, education and psychology. It takes into account both the various stages of the biological life span and the insertion of women in a particular socio-economic and cultural context.

Although the book does not claim to be exhaustive, it shows to what extent the specificity of issues related to women in relation to bioethical issues has sometimes been underestimated. Based on numerous socio-cultural experiences throughout the world, it also provides a useful general view for readers who wish to pursue research or studies in this field.

Also available in the Ethics series

MOTS CLES · Afrique du Nord · Afrique du Sud · Bioéthique · Discrimination fondée sur le sexe · Droits de la femme · Droits en matière de procréation · Étude de cas · Femme · Fille · Inde · Pays-Bas · Rôle sexuel · Santé de la femme · Violence

 
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