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AbstractEight mature graduate students formed a simulated Citizen Jury to deliberate on the ethics of the genetic engineering of an embryo for the singular purpose of enhancement of the offspring. After three separate sessions the “jurors” came to a rational majority consensus disavowing such a...
AbstractAlthough both individual and structural perspectives have been utilized to explain female homelessness in Taiwan, a slight difference regarding women's social role has been revealed in this study. More than half of homeless females were divorced after not being able to give birth to a...
AbstractIn January 2006, a survey released by the National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty named Lawrence, Kansas the second “meanest city” to people who experience homelessness in the United States. The survey focuses on the increase in...
AbstractThis study examined health beliefs and health care utilisation among 20 homeless men in Liverpool, through the voices of homeless men themselves. Using semi-structured interviews and framework analysis, narratives highlighted the interplay between the limiting structures of the health...
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