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Bioethics around the globe /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Myser, Catherine.
Format: Book
Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: first steps toward a comparative anthropology and sociology of globalizing bioethics: reflecting on the cultural meanings and social functions of bioethics /
  • Catherine Myser
  • Bioethics as missionary work: the export of Western ethics to developing countries /
  • Raymond De Vries and Leslie Rott
  • Facing up to the hard problems: Western bioethics in the Eastern land of India /
  • Subrata Chattopadhyay
  • Capacity building in developing world bioethics: perspectives on biomedicine and biomedical ethics in contemporary Sri Lanka /
  • Bob Simpson
  • French bioethics: the rhetoric of universality and the ethics of medical responsibility /
  • Kristina Orfali
  • The social forms and functions of bioethics in the United Kingdom /
  • Richard E. Ashcroft and Mary Dixon-Woods
  • Bioethics between two worlds: the politics of ethics in Central Europe /
  • Bruce Jennings
  • Bioethics in Chile and the need for Latin American bioethics /
  • Miguel Kottow and Moisés Russo
  • Bioethics in Costa Rica: origins and challenges /
  • Fred Gifford and Ana Rodriguez
  • The social functions of bioethics in South Africa /
  • Anton A. Van Niekerk ad Solomon R. Benatar
  • Toward an African Ubuntuology/uMunthuology bioethics in Malawi in the context of globalization /
  • Joseph Mfutso-Bengo and Francis Masiye
  • Reflections on bioethics in China: the interactions between bioethics and society /
  • Qiu Renzong
  • dtThe dominion of bioethics: nationalism and Canadian bioethics /
  • Andrea Frolic, Michael D. Coughlin, and Bernard Keating
  • Negotiating Islamic identity in Egypt through bioethics: contesting 'the West' and Saudi Arabia /
  • Thomas Eich and Björn Bentlage
  • Bioethics in Australia: on politics, power, and the rise of the Christian right /
  • Rob Irvine, Ian Kerridge, and Paul Komesaroff
  • Bioethics in the United States: contested terrain for competing visions of American liberalism /
  • Bruce Jennings and Jonathan Moreno.