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by Michael C. Brannigan,Stella Gonzalez Arnal,Donald Chalmers,David Kum-Wah Chan,Margaret Coffey,Jo Ann T. Croom,Mylène Deschênes,Henrich Ganthaler,Yuri Gariev,Ryuichi Ida,Jeffrey P. Kahn,Martin O. Makinde,Anna C. Mastroianni,Katharine R. Meacham,Bushra Mirza,Michael J. Morgan,Dianne Nicol,Edward Reichman,Susan E. Wallace,Larissa P. Zhiganova

Author: Michael C. Brannigan,Stella Gonzalez Arnal,Donald Chalmers,David Kum-Wah Chan,Margaret Coffey,Jo Ann T. Croom,Mylène Deschênes,Henrich Ganthaler,Yuri Gariev,Ryuichi Ida,Jeffrey P. Kahn,Martin O. Makinde,Anna C. Mastroianni,Katharine R. Meacham,Bushra Mirza,Michael J. Morgan,Dianne Nicol,Edward Reichman,Susan E. Wallace,Larissa P. Zhiganova
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (August 19, 2004)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
Rating: 4.2
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Michael C. Brannigan is vice president of clinical and organizational ethics at the Center for Practical Bioethics in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Cross-Cultural Biotechnology: A Reader, ed. Ethical Issues in Human Cloning: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. Healthcare Ethics in a Diverse Society. Michael C. Brannigan applies his extensive background and scholarship to craft a concise yet comprehensive introduction to Asian Ethics covering the long-standing traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. He does this through the skillful use of narratives from classical and contemporary Asian literature.

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The need for cross-cultural perspectives in biotechnology, Michael C. Brannigan . Brannigan Commercialization and benefit sharing of biotechnology: cross-cultural concerns?, Donald Chalmers The International Human Genome Project: an overview, Michael J. Morgan and Susan E. Wallace Ethical and legal aspects of biotechnology, Ryuichi Ida The ethics and policy issues in creating a stem cell donor: a case study in reproductive genetics, Jeffrey P. Kahn and Anna C. Mastroianni Optimizing safety and benefits of genetic testing: a look at the Canadian policy, Mylhne Deschjnes.

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Author: MariAnne Karlsson; Felix Fahrenkrog; Anita Florentino; Tineke Hof; Anna-Lena Köhler; Mikael Ljung Aust; Ingrid Van Schagen; Anneli Selvefors; Angela Sprajcer; Antonella Toffetti; Divera Twisk; Anders af Wåhlgren; Johann Ziegler. Published: 2018 Author: MariAnne Karlsson; Pontus Wallgren; Angel Suescan; José Manuel González Sepúlveda.

Cross-cultural biotechnology. Cross-cultural biotechnology. The International Human Genome Project: an overview, Michael J. Wallace

Cross-cultural biotechnology. by Michael C. Published 2004 by Rowman & Littlefield in Lanham. Wallace. Ethical and legal aspects of biotechnology, Ryuichi Ida. The ethics and policy issues in creating a stem cell donor: a case study in reproductive genetics, Jeffrey P. Mastroianni. Optimizing safety and benefits of genetic testing: a look at the Canadian policy, Mylhne Deschjnes.

Margaret Garner (called "Peggy") was an enslaved African-American woman in pre-Civil War America who was notorious – or celebrated – for killing her own daughter rather than allowing the child to be returned to slavery

Margaret Garner (called "Peggy") was an enslaved African-American woman in pre-Civil War America who was notorious – or celebrated – for killing her own daughter rather than allowing the child to be returned to slavery. She and her family had escaped in January 1856 across the frozen Ohio River to Cincinnati, but they were apprehended by . Marshals acting under the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.

What is biotechnology? What are its goals? Are there global benefits, or are there more perils than promises? Why is it that the poor remain poor? This book exposes biotechnology within a global context and challenges us to cultivate a shared humane vision. Part one outlines major global issues and international policies. Here we see the ubiquitous tension between commercialization and equitable access. The need for global partnership is clear. Part two examines specific biotechnological challenges in various cultures: genetic research in the U.S.A.; genetic testing and regulatory concerns in Canada; embryonic research in Europe; overcoming past legacies in the former Soviet republic; Jewish and Islamic perspectives on biotechnologies; food security issues in Africa; Confucianism in Asia; and the role of indigenous cultures. Part three explores global challenges: the need to balance intellectual property rights and fair access; the need for media sensitivity to cultural contexts; finally, the need to better understand and prepare for bioterrorism. Although western voices still dominate the discussion, it is time to listen to other viewpoints from other cultures. This book embraces a global voice and message: Cross-cultural bridge-building is needed now, more than ever.