Bioethics and organ transplantation in a Muslim society :a study in culture, ethnography, and religion

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Title

Bioethics and organ transplantation in a Muslim society :a study in culture, ethnography, and religion

Author

Moazam, Farhat

Publisher

Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2006.

Place of Publication

United States of America: Bloomington, IN

No. of Pages

x, 264 p.

Language

English

Publication Date

20060000

Primary Classification

19.3

Secondary Classification

19.3;1.2;2.1;7.1;8.1;19.5

Primary keywords

kidneys--[pri];living donors--[pri];Muslims--[pri];organ donation--[pri];organ transplantation--[pri]

Secondary keywords

attitudes;bioethics;coercion;culture;empirical research;family members;family relationship;health personnel;interviews;Muslim world;professional family relationship;professional patient relationship;patients;qualitative research;transplant recipients;vulnerable populations;women

Subject

Pakistan--[pri]

Primary Document Type

b

Table Of Contents

Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. The stage: backdrop, props, and protagonists -- 2. Webs of relationships and obligations -- 3. Giving and receiving kidneys: perspectives of Pakistani patients and families -- 4. A surgeon in the field -- 5. Conclusion: ethics and Pakistan -- Notes -- Selected bibliography -- Index

Call Number

RD575 .M62 2006

Subject Captions

em

Series

Bioethics and the humanities

Bibliography

Refs., p. 243-448

ISBN

0253347823;9780253347824

Collection

Citation

“Bioethics and organ transplantation in a Muslim society :a study in culture, ethnography, and religion,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 20, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34043.