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Ethics, Law and Society Volume 5

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Edited by: Nicky Priaulx, Anthony Wrigley

ISBN13: 9781409419167
Published: April 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £115.00

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This volume forms part of a series exploring key issues in ethics, law and society, published in association with the Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law and Society. The collection is a celebration of the approach and values embraced within previous volumes in the series. The works collectively address new technological, social and regulatory developments and the fresh ethical dilemmas these pose, but quite critically, also compel an urgent revisiting of social and legal issues that were once the subject of controversy but which have fallen out of the line of sight of academics, politicians and policy-makers. Bringing together selected papers, the editors seek to make apparent the thematic links between contributions in presenting works written by a group of international experts in response to specific ethical issues, including topics on the ethics of care, theorizing ethics, body politics and governance; as such, the collection is multidisciplinary in approach, seeks to appeal to a broad audience and provides a valuable resource for all those concerned with contemporary ethical issues. This fifth and final volume brings the series to a close and is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Jennifer Gunning.

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Law and Society
Introduction, Nicky Priaulx and Anthony Wrigley
Steering through choppy waters - a tribute to the bioethical nous of Jennifer (Jenny) Gunning 1944-2010, BSc 1st Class (Open University), PhD (Birkbeck). Søren Holm
Theme 1 - Ethics of Care
The ethics of care: resetting our social 'operating system' after Rational Man 2.0 and sorting out what we care about, Nicky Priaulx
Care as cornucopia: a critical ethics of care and fantasies of security in the neoliberal affective economy, Robin Mackenzie
Ethics and choice in healthcare: the case of public v. private cord blood banking, Karen Devine
Still gendered after all this time: care and autonomy in the child custody debates, Susan B. Boyd
Eradicating the badge of inferiority associated with caregiving men: masculinity, vulnerability and the global employment context, Michèle Alexandre
Theme 2 - Theorizing the Ethical
Theorizing the ethical: ethics as a shared means to a shared end, Nicky Priaulx
Why applied ethics?, Ruth Chadwick
Criminalization and the moral responsibility for sexual transmission of HIV, Scott Burris and Matthew Weait
Re-thinking the ethical: everyday shifts of care in biogerontology, Joanna Latimer and Maria Puig de la Bellacasa
Theme 3 - Body Politics
Body politics, Anthony Wrigley
Informed choice not informed consent: shifting focus and protecting interests, Bernadette Richards
Informed choice over informed consent: cracking the old Chesternut?, Tom Hayes
Wanted dead or alive: organ donation and limitations on surrogate consent on non-competent living donors, Anthony Wrigley
Swept under the carpet: why surrogacy law needs urgent review, Kirsty Horsey
Screening applicants for assisted reproduction: complexities and issues, Sonia Allan
Theme 4 - Governance
Governance: creating an ethical architecture, Nicky Priaulx
Human tissue: a common regulatory framework for its procurement, storage and use, Jennifer Gunning
Moving human embryonic stem cells internationally: near-future challenges for the UK Stem Cell Bank and American collaborators, Natasha Hammond-Browning and Neil Stephens
Confidentiality and the family courts: ethical dilemmas for health and social work practice, Julie Doughty