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The Resource African American Bioethics : Culture, Race, and Identity

African American Bioethics : Culture, Race, and Identity

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African American Bioethics : Culture, Race, and Identity
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African American Bioethics
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Culture, Race, and Identity
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eng
Summary
Do people of differing ethnicities, cultures, and races view medicine and bioethics differently? And, if they do, should they? Are doctors and researchers taking environmental perspectives into account when dealing with patients? If so, is it done effectively and properly? In African American Bioethics, Lawrence J. Prograis Jr. and Edmund D. Pellegrino bring together medical practitioners, researchers, and theorists to assess one fundamental question: Is there a distinctive African American bioethics? The book's contributors resoundingly answer yesyet their responses vary. They discuss the co
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non fiction
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African American Bioethics : Culture, Race, and Identity
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African American Bioethics : Culture, Race, and Identity
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt2tt5n2
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Contents
  • Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Culture and Bioethics:Where Ethics and Mores Meet; Chapter 1 Revisiting African American Perspectives on Biomedical Ethics: Distinctiveness and Other Questions; Chapter 2 The Moral Weight of Culture in Ethics; Chapter 3 Whitewashing Black Health: Lies, Deceptions, Assumptions, and Assertionsand the Disparities Continue; Chapter 4 Race, Equity, Health Policy, and the African American Community; Chapter 5 Religion and Ethical Decision Making in the African American Community: Bioterrorism and the Black Postal Workers
  • Chapter 6 Personal Narrative and an African American Perspective on Medical EthicsChapter 7 Does an African American Perspective Alter Clinical Ethical Decision Making at the Bedside?; Chapter 8 Race, Genetics, and Ethics; Afterword: An African American's Internal Perspective on Biomedical Ethics; Contributors; Index
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1 online resource (192 pages)
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9781435627529
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