By Tabitha Freeman, Susanna Graham, Fatemeh Ebtehaj, Martin Richards
Assisted copy demanding situations and reinforces conventional understandings of relatives, kinship and identification. Sperm, egg and embryo donation and surrogacy increase questions on relatedness for folks, little ones and others taken with growing and elevating a toddler. How socially, morally or psychologically major is a genetic hyperlink among a donor-conceived baby and their donor? What should still young children born via assisted copy learn approximately their origins? Does it subject if a mother or father is genetically unrelated to their baby? How do reports range for women and men utilizing collaborative copy in heterosexual or same-sex undefined, unmarried mum or dad households or co-parenting preparations? What effect does the broader cultural, socio-legal and regulatory context have? during this multidisciplinary e-book, a global staff of lecturers and clinicians assemble new empirical learn and social technology, criminal and bioethical views to discover the main factor of relatedness in assisted copy.
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Extra resources for Relatedness in Assisted Reproduction: Families, Origins and Identities
Man, 21, 494–513. Finkler, K. (2000). Experiencing the New Genetics: Family and Kinship on the Medical Frontier. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Franklin, S. and McKinnon, S. (2002). Relative Values: Reconfiguring Kinship Studies. London: Duke University Press. Freeman, T. and Richards, M. (2006). ‘DNA testing and kinship: paternity, genealogy and the search for the “truth” of our genetic origins’, in F. Ebtehaj, B. Lindley and M. ), Kinship Matters. Oxford: Hart. Golombok, S. (2013).
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All legal rights and duties of parenthood were to be transferred from donors to the receiving couple. While recommending that at birth, the receiving couple should be registered as the parents, it was also suggested that parents should be able to record the birth as ‘by donation’, so that birth registration would remain a ‘true genetic record’. Their approach could not work in all situations. For instance, it was recognised that in intrafamilial donation, anonymous donation was not feasible and the donor would be known to the recipients.