Globalization and gametes: Islam, assisted reproductive technologies, and the Middle Eastern state

Dublin Core

Title

Globalization and gametes: Islam, assisted reproductive technologies, and the Middle Eastern state

Author

Inhorn, Marcia C.

Publisher

2011/00/00

Publication Date

20110000

Primary Classification

14.1

Secondary Classification

14.1;14.2;14.4;1.1;21.7

Primary keywords

germ cells--[pri];international aspects--[pri];Muslim world--[pri];reproductive technologies--[pri]

Secondary keywords

Arab world;confidentiality;cross-cultural comparison;donor selection;embryo donation;empirical research;fatwas;ijtihad;in vitro fertilization;interviews;Islamic ethics;knowledge, attitudes, practice;legal aspects;medical tourism;Muslims;ovum donors;physicians;public policy;regulation;reproductive health services;semen donors;sharia;socioeconomic factors;surrogate mothers;survey;trends;Western world

Subject

Egypt--[pri];Iran--[pri];Lebanon--[pri];Middle East--[pri];Shiites--[pri];Sunnis--[pri];United Arab Emirates--[pri]

Subject

al-Azhar University

Journal Article

Browner, Carole H.; Sargent, Carolyn F., eds. Reproduction, Globalization, and the State: New Theoretical and Ethnographic Perspectives. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011: 126-137

Call Number

HQ766 .R477 2011

Bibliography

2 fn.

ISBN

9780822349600

Collection

Citation

“Globalization and gametes: Islam, assisted reproductive technologies, and the Middle Eastern state,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 25, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35012.