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Title: 「家族の変容」から見た代理出産と終末期医療の未来
Other Titles: A Possible Destination of Host Mother Birth and Terminal Care From The Viewpoint of “Transformation of Family”
Authors: 森下, 直貴
Morishita, Naoki
Keywords: Medical Ethics
Family
Host Mother Birth
Terminal Care
Generation
Common Sense
Globalization
Digital Media Era
Issue Date: Mar-2010
Publisher: 浜松医科大学
Citation: 浜松医科大学紀要(一般教育) 第24号 p.1-21
Abstract: The family is always one of the most important focuses in medical ethics. That is the case of the Revised Organ Transplant Law, which was approved 2009, for example. Since the first half of 1980s, the form and function of family has deeply transformed, and many people daily feel that transformation of family. However, the transformation does not seem to have been appropriately reflected to medical practices, medical educations, or medical policies. As a result, there are much of miscommunications, troubles or confusions among patients, medical practitioners and ordinary people. Therefore, an urgent task for medical ethics as well as Japanese public ethics in general is to confront the transformation of family and make more flexible ethical framework corresponding ongoing realities. In this paper, firstly, (1) a certain tendency is taken out of many family-related statistics, (2) that tendency is compared with the case of “host mother birth” and “terminal care,” and (3) several problems contained within two cases are critically examined. Secondly, (4) standing on the reality of non-existence of any family standard model including “ie” or “nuclear family,” (5) a possible destination of intimate relationship and society is philosophically prospected.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10271/1873
ISSN: 0914-0174
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