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Global bioethics and human rights : contemporary issues / edited by Wanda Teays, John-Stewart Gordon, and Alison Dundes Renteln.

Contributor(s): Teays, Wanda [editor of compilation.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2014]Copyright date: ©2014Description: xi, 443 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781442232136 (cloth : alk. paper); 1442232137 (cloth : alk. paper); 9781442232143 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1442232145 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Bioethics | Human rightsDDC classification: 174.2
Contents:
Pt. I: Theoretical perspectives -- Introduction to Part I: Theoretical perspectives / John-Stewart Gordon -- A global ethical frmework for bioethics / Bernard Gert -- The compatibiity of universal morality, particular moralities, and multiculturalism / Tom L. Beauchamp -- Lost in translation: can we have a global bioethics without a global moral language? / S²ren Holm -- Is there a global bioethics? End of life in Thailand and the case for local difference / Scott Stonington and Pinit Ratanakul -- Discussion topics: Part I / Wanda Teays -- Pt. II: Human rights -- Introduction to Part II: Human rights / John-Stewart Gordon -- Human dignity, human rights, and global bioethics / John-Stewart Gordon -- Bioethics and human rights: a historical perspective / Robert Baker -- Rights of persons with disabilities from a global perspective / Akiko Ito -- Case 1: human rights ; Torturous deeds: crossing moral boundaries / Wanda Teays -- Case 2: immigration detention (ICE) ; Immigration detention and the right to health care / Rita Manning -- Case 3: lethal injection and harvesting organs ; Global versus local: the use of lethal injection in China / Cher Weisia Chen -- Case 4: reproductive freedom ; Ethics, human rights, and sexual/reproductive health in Africa: exploratory sociocultural considerations / Godfrey B. Tangwa -- Discussion topes: Part II / Wanda Teays -- Pt. III: Culture -- Introuction to Part III: Culture / Alison Dundes Renteln -- Culture and ethical aspects of truth-telling in a value pluralistic society / llahn Ilkiliðc -- Controlled parenthood: bioethics and the notion of the family / Maya Sabatello -- Cutting-edge debates: a cross-cultural consideration of surgery / Alison Dundes Renteln -- Case 1: sex selection ; Sex determination and sex pre-selection tests in India / Vibhuti Patel -- Case 2: euthanasia ; Confucianism and killing versus letting die / Cecilia Wee -- Case 3: informed consent ; Understanding the concept of vulnerability from a Western Africa perspective / Peter F. Omonzejele -- Case 4: research on aboriginal people; Ethics of aboriginal research / Marlene Brant Castellano -- Discussion topics: Part III / Wanda Teays -- Pt. IV: Public health -- Introduction to Part IV: Public health / Wanda Teays -- Issues in global health ethics / Udo Schèuklenk and Darragh Hare -- Global health justice: a perspective from the global South on a framework convention on global health / Lawrence O. Gostin and Ames Dhai -- A virtuous reading of health equity under thre Affordable Care Act / Peter Tan -- Case 1: global aging; Global prespective on long-term care for the elderly / Roesmarie Tong -- Case 2: public safety and medical risks; Safety and public health: evaluating acceptable risk / Michael Boylan -- Case 3: environment disasters; Toward green bioethics and health rights: lessons from Bhopal and Fukushima / Sanghamitra Padhy -- Discussion topics: Part IV / Wanda Teays.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Pt. I: Theoretical perspectives -- Introduction to Part I: Theoretical perspectives / John-Stewart Gordon -- A global ethical frmework for bioethics / Bernard Gert -- The compatibiity of universal morality, particular moralities, and multiculturalism / Tom L. Beauchamp -- Lost in translation: can we have a global bioethics without a global moral language? / S²ren Holm -- Is there a global bioethics? End of life in Thailand and the case for local difference / Scott Stonington and Pinit Ratanakul -- Discussion topics: Part I / Wanda Teays -- Pt. II: Human rights -- Introduction to Part II: Human rights / John-Stewart Gordon -- Human dignity, human rights, and global bioethics / John-Stewart Gordon -- Bioethics and human rights: a historical perspective / Robert Baker -- Rights of persons with disabilities from a global perspective / Akiko Ito -- Case 1: human rights ; Torturous deeds: crossing moral boundaries / Wanda Teays -- Case 2: immigration detention (ICE) ; Immigration detention and the right to health care / Rita Manning -- Case 3: lethal injection and harvesting organs ; Global versus local: the use of lethal injection in China / Cher Weisia Chen -- Case 4: reproductive freedom ; Ethics, human rights, and sexual/reproductive health in Africa: exploratory sociocultural considerations / Godfrey B. Tangwa -- Discussion topes: Part II / Wanda Teays -- Pt. III: Culture -- Introuction to Part III: Culture / Alison Dundes Renteln -- Culture and ethical aspects of truth-telling in a value pluralistic society / llahn Ilkiliðc -- Controlled parenthood: bioethics and the notion of the family / Maya Sabatello -- Cutting-edge debates: a cross-cultural consideration of surgery / Alison Dundes Renteln -- Case 1: sex selection ; Sex determination and sex pre-selection tests in India / Vibhuti Patel -- Case 2: euthanasia ; Confucianism and killing versus letting die / Cecilia Wee -- Case 3: informed consent ; Understanding the concept of vulnerability from a Western Africa perspective / Peter F. Omonzejele -- Case 4: research on aboriginal people; Ethics of aboriginal research / Marlene Brant Castellano -- Discussion topics: Part III / Wanda Teays -- Pt. IV: Public health -- Introduction to Part IV: Public health / Wanda Teays -- Issues in global health ethics / Udo Schèuklenk and Darragh Hare -- Global health justice: a perspective from the global South on a framework convention on global health / Lawrence O. Gostin and Ames Dhai -- A virtuous reading of health equity under thre Affordable Care Act / Peter Tan -- Case 1: global aging; Global prespective on long-term care for the elderly / Roesmarie Tong -- Case 2: public safety and medical risks; Safety and public health: evaluating acceptable risk / Michael Boylan -- Case 3: environment disasters; Toward green bioethics and health rights: lessons from Bhopal and Fukushima / Sanghamitra Padhy -- Discussion topics: Part IV / Wanda Teays.

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