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This list relates to the year Term 4, 2017 which ended on 31/12/2017
  1. Week One: 8 items
    1. Assigned readings: 6 items
      1. Life Before Birth: The Moral and Legal Status of Embryos and Fetuses - Bonnie Steinbock 2011

        Book  Read: Chapter 5, Section I, "The Science of Assisted Reproductive Technology", pp. 199-205.

      2. Children of Choice: Freedom and the New Reproductive Technologies - John A. Robertson 1994

        Book  Read: Chapter 2 "The Presumptive Primacy of Procreative Liberty"

      3. Life Before Birth: The Moral and Legal Status of Embryos and Fetuses - Bonnie Steinbock 2011

        Book  Read: Chapter 5, Section II, "Procreative Liberty and Its Critics" pp. 205-215.

    2. Recommended Readings: 2 items
  2. Week Two: 13 items
    1. Assigned readings: 8 items
      1. Life Before Birth: The Moral and Legal Status of Embryos and Fetuses - Bonnie Steinbock 2011

        Book  Read: Chapter 5, Section V, "Gamete Donation" pp. 239-254.

      2. Chapters and extract from The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics

        Chapter  Read: Donna Dickenson "Surrogacy: Just what is being commodified" pp. 127-138.

      3. Chapters and extract from The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics

        Chapter  Read: Leslie Francis "Is Surrogacy Ethically Problematic?" pp. 388-406.

    2. Recommended Readings: 4 items
    3. Recommended podcast on international surrogate motherhood: 1 item
  3. Week Three: 8 items
    1. Assigned readings: 7 items
      1. Life Before Birth: The Moral and Legal Status of Embryos and Fetuses - Bonnie Steinbock 2011

        Book  Read: Chapter 5, Section III, "Limits to Procreative Liberty" pp. 215-230.

      2. Chapters and extract from The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics

        Chapter  Read: Bonnie Steinbock "Opting for Twins in IVF: What Does Procreative Responsibility Require?" pp. 623-640.

      3. Chapters and extract from The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics

        Chapter  Read: David DeGrazia "Procreative Responsibility in View of What Parents Owe Their Children" pp. 641-657.

      4. Life Before Birth: The Moral and Legal Status of Embryos and Fetuses - Bonnie Steinbock 2011

        Book  Read: Chapter 2, Section V "The Nonidentity Problem" pp. 83-92.

    2. Recommended Reading: 1 item
      1. Child-Rearing Ability and the Provision of Fertility Services - Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine 2013

        Article 

  4. Week Four: 11 items
    1. Assigned Readings: 8 items
      1. Prenatal Testing and Disability Rights - Adrienne Asch, Erik Parens 2000

        Book  Read: Bonnie Steinbock "Disability, Prenatal Testing and Selective Abortion" pp. 108-123. [Library holds multiple copies]

      2. Chapter : Bonnie Steinbock "Disability, Prenatal Testing and Selective Abortion" pp. 108-123. 

        Please note copyright restrictions prevent digitisation of this chapter. However, it can be accessed online at Academia.edu: http://www.academia.edu/5130518/Disability_Prenatal_Testing_and_Selective_Abortion

        (scroll down the page to read or sign up to download a pdf version)

      3. Quality of Life and Human Difference: Genetic Testing, Health Care, and Disability - David Wasserman, Robert Wachbroit, Jerome Bickenbach 2005

        Book  Read: Adrienne Asch & David Wasserman "Where is the Sin in Synecdoche? Prenatal Testing and the Parent-Child Relationship" pp. 172-216

    2. Recommended Reading: 3 items
      1. The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics 2017

        Book  Read: Julian Savulescu and Guy Kahane "Understanding Procreative Beneficence" pp.592-622. [additional print copy ordered 20/10/17]

      2. Babies by design: the ethics of genetic choice - Ronald Michael Green 2007

        Book  [print version]

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