Vol 14, Iss 4 – Oct 2022

We are proud to present our October 2022 issue, the fourth and last issue of this year’s volume 14. A central theme of this issue is the idea of the meaning of key concepts that are ubiquitous in the field of bioethics. For example, what do we mean by ‘autonomy’ in any given cultural context? Who is a ‘mother’ outside the bounds of the conventional nuclear family? What does it mean to be a ‘sibling’ and what duties are owed to someone brought into the world in that role? Each of these questions and many more are addressed in this issue.

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Vol 14, Iss 2 – April 2022

Our April 2022 issue is a showcase of diversity of experience and perspective in bioethics across the Asian region. The geographical reach of this issue is particularly extensive, as is the range of types of scholarship, covering theoretical work, empirical analysis, and case studies all involving the lived experience of ‘doing’ bioethics within – or with a focus on – Asia.

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隔离中的“互惠”原则:从数字媒体看新冠肺炎下的武汉

倪燕萍,亚太研究所,杜克大学(美国北卡州达勒姆市)
Morris Fabbri,科学与社会,杜克大学(美国北卡州达勒姆市)
张驰,杜克全球卫生研究所,杜克大学(美国北卡州达勒姆市)
Kearsley A. Stewart,全球卫生和文化人类学,杜克全球卫生研究所,杜克大学(美国北卡州达勒姆市)

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