著者
江原 由美子
出版者
The Japanese Association of Sociology of Law
雑誌
法社会学 (ISSN:04376161)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.2002, no.56, pp.150-165,278, 2002-03-30 (Released:2009-01-15)
参考文献数
16

Until 1980s', the argument that women have rights to control their own fertility-so called women's rights to choose-had been what many feminists can be agreeable to, which is not necessarily true in some cases today. These cases are relevant to the fact that the developments of Assisted Reproductive Technology after IVFs, or in vitro fertilization, caused different problems since the anxiety that the argument for women's rights to choose might have an effect on encouraging Assisted Reproductive Technology after IVFs in its development and pervasion is spreading over feminists.This article aims to analyze the reasons why the argument for women's rights to choose has an effect on encouraging Assisted Reproductive Technology after IVFs in its development and pervasion if it really has. And I'd like to prove that one of the reasons consists in a concept of a body which attributes reproduction to women's responsibility.

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「社会において女性に加えられている圧力や、女性の家族の中での位置、 また経済的自立の困難さを考慮した場合、こうした女性の身体の社会的利用が、女性の人権を侵害しないと言い切ることは、困難である。」 https://t.co/gXRRfxtp7m

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