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Islam and assisted reproductive technologies : Sunni and Shia perspectives

Auteur(s) : Inhorn, Marcia Claire (Éd.)
Tremayne, Soraya (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xvi-338 p. ; 24 cm. Collection : Fertility, reproduction, and sexuality ; n° 23 Publication : New York : Berghahn Books, 2012.Cote : G.4791Note : Glossaire ; Réf. Dissém. ; Index. 
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Introduction: Islam and assisted reproductive technologies / Tremayne, Soraya and Inhorn, Marcia C. --

Introduction / Griffel, Frank --

Constructing kinship in Sunni Islamic legal texts / Eich, Thomas --

Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh) and assisted reproduction: establishing limits to avoid social disorders / Houot, Sandra --

Controversies in Islamic evaluation of assisted reproductive technologies / Mahmoud, Farouk --

Introduction / Erami, Narges --

More than Fatwas: ethical decision making in Iranian fertility clinics / Tappan, Robert --

The “down side” of gamete donation: challenging “happy family” rhetoric in Iran / Tremayne, Soraya --

Gestational surrogacy in Iran: uterine kinship in Shia thought and practice / Naef, Shirin Garmaroudi --

Human embryonic stem cell research in Iran: the significance of the Islamic context / Saniei, Mansooreh --

Introduction / Brotherton, Sean --

Third-party reproductive assistance around the Mediterranean: comparing Sunni Egypt, Catholic Italy, and multisectarian Lebanon / Inhorn, Marcia C. ; Patrizio, Pasquale and Serour, Gamal I. --

Islamic bioethics and religious politics in Lebanon: on Hizbullah and ARTs / Clarke, Morgan --

Assisted reproduction in secular Turkey: regulation, rhetoric, and the role of religion / Gürtin, Zeynep B.

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