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QP279.S56 2008
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TITLE: Should parents be allowed to choose the gender of their children? / Laura K. Egendorf, book editor.
SERIES: At issue Health
PUBLISHED: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2008.
DESCRIPTION: 96 p. ; 24 cm.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 90-92) and index.
NOTES: Contents: Sex selection: an overview / |r Leslie Doty Hollingsworth / |t Sex selection is not ethical/ |r Kevin Schmiesig / |t Sex selection for nonmedical reasons should be banned in certain societies / |r Kaberi Banerjee / |t Women should have the right to choose the sex of their children / |r James Hughes / |t Sex selection changes the meaning of procreation / |r President's Council on Bioethics / |t Sex selection can lead to gender discrimination / |r american College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists / |t Sex selection will lead to gender discrimination / |r Ronald Bailey / |t Sex selection leads to abortion in Asia / |r Carla Power / |t Policies against gender-related abortions in China have not been effective / |r Nie Jing-Bao / |t The United Nations ignores gender-related abortions in China and India / |r Douglas A. Sylva / |t Sex selection in China and India could lead to war / |r David Glenn.
SUBJECT: Sex preselection --Moral and ethical aspects.
SUBJECT: Sex of children, Parental preferences for.
ADDED ENTRY: Egendorf, Laura K., 1973-

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