Expecting Trouble: Surrogacy, Fetal Abuse, and New Reproductive Technologies

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46.
Christine Overall, Ethics and Human Reproduction: A Feminist Analysis ( Boston: Allyn and Unwin, 1987), 49.
47.
Paul Lauritzen, Pursuing Parenthood: Ethical Issues in Assisted Reproduction ( Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1993), 15.
48.
See Ruth Hubbard and Elijah Wald, Exploding the Gene Myth ( Boston: Beacon Press, 1993).
49.
Bonnie Steinbock, "The Relevance of Illegality", Hastings Center Report 22( 1):19 ( January-February 1992).
50.
President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medical and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, Screening and Counseling for Genetic Conditions: The Ethical and Legal Implications for Genetic Screening, Counseling, and Education Programs ( Washington, D.C.: USGPO, 1983):57-58.
51.
Lauritzen, Pursuing Parenthood, 16.
52.
Jean Bethke Elshtain, "Technology as Destiny", Progressive 53( 6) ( June 1989), 2.
53.
Gena Corea, Man-Made Woman: How New Reproductive Technologies Affect Women ( Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1987), 4.
54.
Ann Majchrzak, Methods for Policy Research ( Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1984).
55.
Krauss, "Regulating Women's Bodies", 542.
56.
George Schedler, "Does Society Have the Right to Force Pregnant Drug Addicts to Abort Their Fetuses?" Social Theory and Practice 17( 3):381 ( Fall 1991).
57.
Rebecca Albury, "Who Owns the Embryo?" In Test-Tube Women: What Future for Motherhoodh ed. Rita Arditti et al. ( London: Pandora Press, 1984), 55-56.
58.
Veronika Kolder et al., "Court-ordered Obstetrical Interventions", New England Journal of Medicine 316( 19) ( 1987); and Krauss, "Regulating Women's Bodies".
59.
The Equal Rights Advocate ( San Francisco: Equal Rights Advocates), XII:8 ( March 1992).
60.
See Kenney, For Whose Protection?, 250-277.
61.
Barbara Katz Rothman, The Tentative Pregnancy. Prenatal Diagnosis and the Future of Motherhood ( New York: Viking, 1986), 32.

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Anderson, Robert L., and Mitchell S. Golbus. "Social and Environmental Risks of Pregnancy". In Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy: Science, Ethics and the Law, 114-139. Edited by Mark I. Evans et al. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1989.

Angier, Natalie. "Research on Sex Orientation Doesn't Neatly Fit the Mold". New York Times (national edition), 18 July 1993, 13.

Annas, George. "Women as Fetal Containers". Hastings Center Report 16( 6):13-14 ( December 1986).

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Blank, Robert H. Regulating Reproduction. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

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Callahan, Daniel. "How Technology Is Reframing the Abortion Debate". Hastings Center Report 16( 1):33-42 ( 1986).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Notes 7
  • 2 - The Tailor-Made Child: Implications for Women and the State 9
  • Notes 19
  • References 21
  • 3 - Fetal Personhood: Political Identity Under Construction 25
  • Notes 44
  • References 51
  • 4 - Fetal Endangerment Versus Fetal Welfare: Discretion of Prosecutors in Determining Criminal Liability 55
  • Notes 75
  • References 79
  • 5 - A Gender Analysis of Policy Formation: the Case of Fetal Abuse 85
  • Notes 103
  • References 104
  • 6 - Punishment, Treatment, Empowerment: Three Approaches to Policy for Pregnant Addicts 109
  • Notes 126
  • References 131
  • 7 - The Aclu Philosophy and the Right to Abuse the Unborn 135
  • Notes 140
  • 8 - The Trope of the Dark Continent in the Fetal Harm Debates: "Africanism" and the Right to Choice' 142
  • Notes 152
  • 9 - "Surrogate Mothering" and Women's Freedom: a Critique of Contracts for Human Reproduction 156
  • Notes 171
  • References 174
  • 10 - The "Gift" of a Child: Commercial Surrogacy, Gift Surrogacy, and Motherhood 177
  • Notes 196
  • References 200
  • About the Contributors 203
  • About the Book 205
  • Index 207
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