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Is selling body parts ethical?

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Published by Greenhaven Press in Detroit .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Donation of organs, tissues, etc -- Moral and ethical aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementChristina Fisanick, book editor.
    SeriesAt issue
    ContributionsFisanick, Christina.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD129.5 .I8 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24059998M
    ISBN 109780737743067, 9780737743050
    LC Control Number2009020986

    Sales Performance. Ethical Selling: When Does Persuasion Turn into Manipulation? The following is a guest post by Sven Riehle of Userlike, a live chat provider for website and mobile support.. For the archetypical salesperson, any tactic or technique that leads . So marketing, good marketing, is the key to ethical selling. –> By the way, one of the very best resources on behaving (and selling) ethically is Charlie Green's Trust Matters blog. Lots of very thought provoking articles that will help you come to grips with this tricky topic. Ethical Selling (and much, much more) at the Trust Matters blog.

    Inside the Business of Selling Human Body Parts. Is the human body sacred? Or is it a commodity ready to be chopped up and exposed to the forces of supply and demand? The answer is a matter of.   Medical journals do not report on the invisible and long-term medical, psychological and social consequences of selling a kidney: chronic pain, depression and suicide, self-hatred, distorted body.

      S Wilkinson, London and New York: Routledge, , £, pp ISBN We grow used to the commercialisation of life. As free market logic has been boldly extended into areas of social practice where no profit making business has gone before, we have grown accustomed to the creeping commodification of public services and of common goods. But by itself, the existence of such Author: G Calder. Human body parts should never be considered a commodity. Though the covenant model of giving in the realm of organ donation is not perfect and fails to meet a great need, providing payment for human organs is wrong from an ethical : Gregory W. Rutecki.


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Get this from a library. Is selling body parts ethical?. [Christina Fisanick;] -- Overview: Greenhaven Press's At Issue series provides a wide range of opinions on individual social issues. Each volume focuses on a specific issue and offers a variety of perspectives-eyewitness.

When it comes to the selling of body parts, “ it's a seller's market” or at least it is according to Barry Jacobs () an ex-Virginia physician. Barry had planned to establish an international brokerage company dealing in body parts.

Doing so would be an ethical way for the selling of organs to others. Get this from a library. Is selling body parts ethical?. [Christine Watkins;] -- "This title explores the ethics of selling body parts, whether selling body parts benefits or exploits the poor, and the state of organ trafficking in other countries"--Greenhaven Press website.

This book explores the ethics of selling body parts, whether selling body parts benefits or exploits the poor, and the state of organ trafficking in other countries.

Philosophical questions are interpreted through real life events and examples. This title explores the ethics of selling body parts, whether selling body parts benefits or exploits the poor, and the state of organ trafficking in other countries.; Greenhaven Press's At Issue series provides a wide range of opinions on individual social :   This title explores the ethics of selling body parts, whether selling body parts benefits or exploits the poor, and the state of organ trafficking in other countries.; Greenhaven Press's At Issue series provides a wide range of opinions on individual social issues.

Enhancing critical thinking skills, each At Issue volume is an excellent Author: Christine Watkins. Is Selling Body Parts Ethical.

(At Issue Series): Medicine & Health Science Books @ mat: Paperback. Buy Is Selling Body Parts Ethical. by Christina Fisanick (Editor) online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $   Provides essays that cover varying opinions on the morality of selling body parts, discussing the necessity of regulation, the role of government in encouraging donations, and the benefit to the poor of selling body parts.

The item Is selling body parts ethical?, Christine Watkins, book editor represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University.

Southern Nevada’s owner, Joe Collazo, had a decade’s experience selling body parts. Court records show he also served nearly two years in prison in the late s for forgery.

Is Selling Body Parts Ethical. by Christine Watkins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Our body parts shouldn’t be for sale.

A member of a surgical team looks down at a patient during a kidney transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital in (Brendan Smialowski/Agence France-Presse. The very idea of living individuals selling body parts prompts revulsion in some people, while others may ask whether the price is right.

A recent article reported on an organ-transplant study conducted by Canadian researchers. It began with this finding: “Paying living kidney donors $10, to give up their organs would save money over the current system based solely on. Provides essays that cover varying opinions on the morality of selling body parts, discussing the necessity of regulation, the role of government in encouraging donations, and the benefit to the poor of selling body :   The body is more than the locus.

Of course, the body has always been and will always be the physical object of medical interventions and biomedical innovations, and it is therefore already included in bioethical thought [].Within the medico-ethical canon of non-maleficience, of risk aversion, of healing and care, the body as soma/the body as physicality is always involved as a 'locus' (where Cited by:   USA Today conducted an investigative report in and found that illegal body harvesting is very lucrative in the U.S.

due to the high demand of body parts. The investigation revealed that from (19 years), o families had pursued lawsuits stating that their loved ones body parts were illegally sold for an estimated $6.

This argument is straightforward. Permitting (or encouraging) organ sale will, it is claimed, save lives by (at least partially) alleviating the shortage of transplant organs. The saving of lives is a good end and organ sale is then defensible as a means of achieving that positive end. The shortage of transplant organs is a major worldwide.

Another questionable absolute position, put forth by market proponents, is that buying internal body parts from informed, voluntary and autonomous sellers is always right – that is, morally.

Black Markets: The Supply and Demand of Body Parts is an important contribution to the body of scholarship and policy analysis about one of the most difficult problems facing contemporary health. 4. A Legal Transparent Organ-Selling Market Would Help Prevent Trafficking 41 Scott Carney 5.

The Selling of Body Parts Could Benefit the Poor 49 Clark Wolf 6. The Selling of Body Parts Does Not Benefit the Poor 57 Karen A. Hudson 7. The Sperm Donor Market Raises Ethical Concerns 66 Jeff Stryker 8. China’s Organ Market Is Unethical 75 S File Size: 77KB.Provides essays with varying opinions on issues surrounding the sale of organs and human tissue, discussing such topics as forced donations, organ trafficking, whether the sale of organs benefits the poor, and the trade in China and Iran.

Is Selling Body Parts Ethical?Brand: Watkins, Christine.Is Selling Body Parts Ethical? by Fisanick, Christina (Edt) Provides essays that cover varying opinions on the morality of selling body parts, discussing the necessity of regulation, the role of government in encouraging donations, and the benefit to the poor of selling body parts.