Description - Surrogate Motherhood by Rachel Cook
This work is a multi-disciplinary collection of essays from leading researchers and practitioners, exploring legal, ethical, social, psychological and practical aspects of surrogate motherhood in Britain and abroad. It highlights the common themes that characterise debates across countries as well as exploring the many differences in policies and practices. Surrogacy raises questions for medical and welfare practitioners and dilemmas for policy makers as well as ethical issues of concern to society as a whole. The international perspective adopted by this book offers an opportunity for questions of law, policy and practice to be shared and debated across countries. The book links contemporary views from research and practice with broader social issues and bio-ethical debates.
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Author Biography - Rachel Cook
Rachel Cook is a Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology at APU, Cambridge. Shelley Day Sclater is a Reader in Psycho-Social Studies at the University of East London where she is also co-director of the Centre for Narrative Research. Felicity Kaganas is a Lecturer in Law at Brunel University.