Between one and three thousand years ago—from about the time of Stonehenge to the First Crusade—a sea people traveling in voyaging canoes, explored and colonized the farthest reaches of the Pacific Ocean, establishing themselves on nearly every habitable rock across an area of more than ten million square miles. Use the Los Rios Full Text link for library-provided content. Includes federal and state case law and Shepard's Citations. This relational model improves communication, mentoring and trust. A rat hole, according to , is a digression, often an unprofitable or distracting one. Includes essays and study guides concerning the history, theory and criticism of theatre. The long history of Polynesia is thus a composite built up from many disparate discoveries in fields like linguistics, folklore, archaeology, astronomy, genetics, and cognitive psychology.
Leave the adjacent dropdown menu at Full-Text. Note that not every entry will be relevant to what you want; that's the nature of research. For the purposes of my book, the story of Teuira Henry did not go where I needed to go. It was a backwater, a dead end, a burrow from which, in the end, I had no other choice than to back out. There are several ways to search for book reviews in this database, but here's directions for the simplest way.
Should donors be compensated for their gifts? Access limited to Sacramento City College. Use the Los Rios Full Text link for library-provided content. Shah, Truog, and Miller argue that these changes have created a legal fiction, whereby organs for transplantation are being procured from still-living donors. This paper develops an African bioethics that begins with an appreciation of the role of traditional healthcare practices. Daniel Callahan, widely regarded as an originator of the field and one of the founders of The Hastings Center asks how we ought to think about the relationship between caring for the dying and the nature of death itself by examining the historical ways that those two concepts have been both conflated and separated.
Teuira Henry One of the rat holes I went down led me to a woman named , who lived in Tahiti at the end of the nineteenth century. Use the Los Rios Full Text link for library-provided content. This list is of course partial and, like the field thus far, has an Anglo-American focus. Use the Los Rios Full Text link for library-provided content. They also suggest some interesting things about the numbers of settlers that might have colonized these different island groups. Law can offer bioethics a rich language and a tool for action, but the social regulatory function of the legal system can be also prove inadequate for fully evaluating moral obligations.
This list of essential readings in bioethics is designed to introduce readers to the breadth of writing in the field. All bioethics is, as this paper notes, culturally conditioned. The course contains three modules, each made up of three short lessons and three sets of practice quizzes. This piece concludes with a pro-life perspective on therapeutic gene editing in humans. The topics covered are subjects that will help you prepare for college-level research.
Click the item type labeled Reviews. We have no direct access to people who lived thousands of years ago, and everything that can be known about them comes to us by way of some body of research. Click the title to go directly to the online source. In many parts of Polynesia there is a high degree of cultural sensitivity around anything having to do with ancestors and the dead, and there is also sometimes resistance to participating in this kind of research on the part of indigenous communities, who have not always been treated very well by biological researchers in the past. They're using different kinds of tools to communicate their ideas as they learn to appreciate the significance of sharing their point of view with others through art.
Access limited to Sacramento City College. Western frameworks, which shape much of the scholarship represented in this list, cannot fully describe the contours of ethical reasoning in other cultures. The authors of this paper note, however, that distinguishing research from treatment too definitively occludes the fact that for some patients, participation in research is part of their treatment, especially when their illnesses are rare or lack well-established courses of therapy. And, although I went into this project knowing something about Pacific history, I am by no means an expert in many of these fields, which is why I have spent the last seven or eight years down one research rat hole after another. Bioethics centers can now be found in a growing number of medical schools around the world, many countries have national bioethics commissions, and bioethics courses and degrees are offered in colleges and universities. These principles—respect for autonomy, beneficence, and justice—were further developed in Tom L. While medical care is focused on helping a specific patient and is tailored to their needs, research is designed primarily to produce generalizable knowledge, not primarily to help the research subject.
The former suggests that disabling traits produce disability, while the latter sees disability as caused by a world unwilling to accommodate people living with different sorts of bodies. Since the mid to late-1990s, however, the word has become more widely accepted. The professor of theater history at Harvard University has created a clear—yet blurry—visualization of how we cite the works of William Shakespeare. Schneider argues that moral reasoning within bioethics is often undertaken using legal concepts and language. Thus, adequately protecting patients requires rethinking the research-treatment distinction. Select Module 1: Effective Searching to begin the course. How to know which unlikely byway will lead to some valuable tidbit and which will dump you out unceremoniously in a dark and profitless dead end? Goodman, Peter Pronovost, Sean Tunis, And Tom L.
Access is limited to Cosumnes River College and Folsom Lake College. After medical error, patients and families can feel pressure to forgive healthcare providers. They employ a range of methodological and theoretical approaches to investigate questions of policy, practice, and meaning in an increasingly technical and medicalized world. This paper offers insight into some of the injustices these workers confront. The pro-life argument against abortion is typically premised on the notion that a fetus is a person from the moment of conception. These technologies raise longstanding moral and ethical questions about setting limits, heritable and non-heritable genetic changes, consent, and gratitude. Each module ends with an assessment to test your knowledge.
Bioethics is a field of inquiry centered around the uses and moral implications of medicine and the bio-sciences. Access limited to Sacramento City College. In the 1990s, Matisoo-Smith pioneered an approach that obviated many of these concerns. In this article, Childress and John Fletcher describe the ascension of one principle—respect for autonomy—which they argue deserves a central place in ethical deliberations but must also be tempered by other moral concerns, including care and compassion. Research on Human Subjects Charles W. Includes federal and state case law and Shepard's Citations. And yet, fascinating as I found her, I had to leave her story on the cutting room floor.