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eBook Why Donor Insemination Requires Developments in Family Law: The Need for New Definitions of Parenthood ePub

by Maureen McNeil,Caroline Jones

  • ISBN: 0773452575
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Maureen McNeil,Caroline Jones
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr; 1 edition (December 30, 2007)
  • Pages: 307
  • ePub book: 1638 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1963 kb
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Book · January 2007 with 1 Reads. This book examines the legal framework and practices surrounding licensed donor insemination in Britain at the end of the twentieth-century, together with a detailed consideration of the legislative and policy based changes in the early years of the twenty-first century.

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Screening Couples for Parenthood by Donor Insemination . Humphrey, Michael; Humphrey, Heather; Ainsworth-Smith, Ian (1991). Traditionally the selection of applicants for donor insemination (DI) has been governed by technical considerations relating to the fertility of the female and infertility of the male partner. In contrast, adoptive. Related Items in Google Scholar.

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This book examines the legal framework and practices surrounding licensed donor insemination in Britain at the end of the twentieth-century, together with a detailed consideration of the legislative and policy based changes in the early years of the.

This book examines the legal framework and practices surrounding licensed donor insemination in Britain at the end of the twentieth-century, together with a detailed consideration of the legislative and policy based changes in the early years of the twenty-first century.

It focuses on decision-making processes in family construction: this includes lesbian parents' experiences with clinicians and their family . Why Donor Insemination Requires Developments in Family Law: The Need for New Definitions of Parenthood.

It focuses on decision-making processes in family construction: this includes lesbian parents' experiences with clinicians and their family stories as told to clinicians and to their young children. Findings reveal that parents' understanding of family, particularly the centrality of the lesbian couple as the key parenting relationship, is crucial. With friends like these: The liberalization of queer family policy.

Why donor insemination requires developments in family law-the need for new definitions of parenthood. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press. Cite this chapter as: Diver A. (2014) Never Knowing ‘One’s Past’: Genetic Ancestry Vetoes as Discrimination?.

Caroline Jones, "Why Donor Insemination Requires Developments in Family Law: The Need for New Definitions of Parenthood," (Edwin Mellen Press, 2007)

Caroline Jones, "Why Donor Insemination Requires Developments in Family Law: The Need for New Definitions of Parenthood," (Edwin Mellen Press, 2007).

This book examines the legal framework and practices surrounding licensed donor insemination in Britain at the end of the twentieth century, together with a detailed consideration of the legislative and policy-based changes in the early years of the twenty-first century.