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by Marit Melhuus

ePub Problems of Conception: Issues of Law, Biotechnology, Individuals and Kinship download
Author:
Marit Melhuus
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978-0857455024
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0857455028
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Berghahn Books; 1 edition (August 1, 2012)
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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Marit Melhuus has written a new book about the Norwegian Biotechnology Act. The act is one of the most restrictive in Europe, forbids egg donation and surrogacy and limits people’s choice as to how they can procreate within the boundaries of the nation state. This involves investigating such fundamental questions as the relation between individual and society, meanings of kinship and relatedness, the moral status of the embryo and the role of science, religion, and ethics in state policies. Even though the book takes reproductive technologies as its focus, it reveals much about vital processes that are central to contemporary Norwegian society.

Problems of conception. individual and society : issues of law, biotechnology, and kinship. 1st ed. by Marit Melhuus. Published 2012 by Berghahn Books in New York. Conception, Reproduction. There's no description for this book yet.

The Biotechnology Act in Norway, one of the most restrictive in Europe, forbids egg donation and surrogacy and has rescinded the anonymity clause with respect to donor insemination. Thus, it limits people's choice as to how they can procreate within the boundaries of the nation state. The author pursues this significant datum ethnographically and addresses the issues surrounding contemporary biopolitics in Norway.

Problems of Conception: Issues of Law, Biotechnology, Individuals and Kinship (New York: Berghahn). The French tradition of anonymous birth: the lines of the argument. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 18(3):319–42. prp. nr. 25 (1986–87). Property, Substance and Effect: Anthropological Essays on Persons and Things (London: Athlone Press), pp. 75–9.

The Biotechnology Act in Norway, one of the most restrictive in Europe, forbids egg donation and surrogacy and has rescinded the anonymity clause with respect to donor insemination. Thus, it limits people’s choice as to how they can procreate within the boundaries of the nation state. The author pursues this significant datum ethnographically and addresses the issues surrounding contemporary biopolitics in Norway. This involves investigating such fundamental questions as the relation between individual and society, meanings of kinship and relatedness, the moral status of the embryo and the role of science, religion and ethics in state policies. Even though the book takes reproductive technologies as its focus, it reveals much about vital processes that are central to contemporary Norwegian society.