New organs within us: transplants and the moral economy

Dublin Core

Title

New organs within us: transplants and the moral economy

Author

Sanal, Aslihan

Publisher

Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011.

Place of Publication

United States of America: Durham, NC

No. of Pages

244 p.

Publication Date

20110000

Primary Classification

19.3

Secondary Classification

19.3; 9.3.1; 17.1; 19.5; 21.1

Primary keywords

attitudes--[pri];body parts and fluids--[pri];commerce--[pri];organ transplantation--[pri];psychology--[pri];transplant recipients--[pri]

Secondary keywords

attitude of health personnel;attitudes to death;brain death;cadavers;case studies;commodification;crime;culture;emotions;family members;historical aspects;international aspects;Islamic ethics;Islamic rituals;kidney diseases;kidneys;legal aspects;living donors;mass media;mentally ill persons;misconduct;Muslim world;organ donation;patients;physicians;politics;public policy;qualitative research;renal dialysis;resource allocation;socioeconomic factors;suicide;tissue banks

Subject

Turkey--[pri]

Subject

anatomy;dissection

Call Number

RD575 .S263 2011

Subject Captions

e

Bibliography

Refs., p. 221-231

ISBN

9780822349129

Collection

Citation

“New organs within us: transplants and the moral economy,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 17, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34978.