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Bioethics and the Global Moral Economy: The Cultural Politics of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Science

Bioethics and the Global Moral Economy: The Cultural Politics of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Science,10.1177/0895904805303202,Science Technology & Human

Bioethics and the Global Moral Economy: The Cultural Politics of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Science   (Citations: 13)
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Journal: Science Technology & Human Values - SCI TECHNOL HUM VAL , vol. 32, no. 5, pp. 554-581, 2007
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    • ...The potentiality lies in the tension between the proposed technoscientific developments and prevailing cultural values that ‘may be more or less sympathetic to the new science and may or may not resonate positively with values supportive of the science such as those of “scientific progress” and “population health gain”’ (Salter and Salter, 2007, pp...

    Alison Harveyet al. Anticipatory Governance: Bioethical Expertise for Human/Animal Chimera...

    • ...Indeed, Salter and Salter (2007) refer to bioethics as offering a form of “transferable coinage” or currency which purports cultural neutrality and offers universal solutions for ethical problems...

    Simon M. Outramet al. Examining Reports and Policies on Cognitive Enhancement: Approaches, R...

    • ...Fully incorporating a controversial field into a national innovation system often requires an assessment of the ethics of the field and, for this reason, the findings reported here reinforce Salter and Salter's claims that the growth and internationalization of bioethics has played an important role facilitating the global development of hESC science (Salter and Salter 2007)...

    Aaron D. Levine. Science policy and the geographic preferences of stem cell scientists:...

    • ...Facilitated by the rise of bioethics, a moral economy of stem cells has emerged where standards are traded, cultural conflicts considered, and reconciliations achieved (Salter 2007b, 2007c)...
    • ...However, the primary vehicle for the negotiation and resolution of the cultural tensions associated with biomedical advance has been the evolution of bioethics as an epistemic community acting through its transnational networks and bureaucratic linkages (Salter 2007b, 2007c; Salter and Jones 2005)...

    Brian Salteret al. Bioethical governance and basic stem cell science: China and the globa...

    • ...Over recent years, ethics as a resource for science and technology policymaking has gained importance (Evans, 2002), with (bio-)ethics committees increasingly being established on national and supranational levels 3 (Jasanoff, 2005; Salter and Salter, 2007)...

    Ulrike Feltet al. Unruly ethics: on the difficulties of a bottom-up approach to ethics i...

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