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New cannibal markets : globalization and commodification of the human body / edited by Jean-Daniel Rainhorn, Samira El Boudamoussi.

  • Paris : Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme ; Hermance : Fondation Brocher, [2015]
  • copyright 2015
431 pages : charts ; 23 cm.
Contributions from a international symposium held in Geneva, Switzerland, February 6-7, 2014 and organized by the Fondation Maison des sciences de l'homme (Paris, France).
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Foreword -- Globalization and Misuses of Biotechnologies : Back to Cannibalism? (Jean-Daniel Rainhorn) -- Pt. 1. Trading in the Human Body -- New Markets, Old Questions ? (Samira El Boudamoussi and Vincent Barras) -- Rest in Pieces: A Short Genealogy of Cannibal Markets (Jean-Jacques Courtine) -- To Ban or Not to Ban: The Ethics of Selling Body Parts -- (Samia A. Hurst) -- The Value of Life: Religions and Commodification (Samira El Boudamoussi) -- Pt. 2. Wombs for Rent -- How Do We Balance Risk and Desire? (René Frydman) -- States of Confusion: Regulation of Surrogacy in the United States (Seema Mohapatra) -- Danish Sperm and Indian Wombs: Fertility Tourism (Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim) -- For Motherhood and for Market: Commercial Surrogacy in India (Sarojini Nadimpally) -- Within Me, But Not Mine: Surrogacy in Israel (Etti Samama) -- Pt. 3. Brain lheft -- Is Brain Drain Cannibalism? (Alex Mauron) -- An Unfair Trade? Mobility of Africa's Health Professionals (Delanyo Dovlo and Sheila Mburu) -- Double Movement: Health Professionals and Patients in Southeast Asia (Nicola Suyin Pocock) -- Selective Immigration: Nurse Importation by Developed Countries (Barbara L. Brush) -- Pt. 4. Organs for Sale -- Is Transplantation Tourism a Form of Cannibal Market ? (Philippe Steiner) -- State of the Trade: World Transplant Tourism (Jacob A. Akoh) -- Lessons in Donation: The Spanish Experience in Latin America (Rafael Matesanz and Beatriz Mahillo) -- An Alternative to Trade: The Iran Experience (Mitra Mahdavi-Mazdeh) -- The Ends of the Body: Neocannibalism and Military Necropolitics (Nancy Scheper-Hughes) -- Pt. 5. The Human-Product-Banking Industry -- Do Human Body Parts Have a Social Life? (Vinh-Kim Nguyen) -- In the Name of Quality and Safety: Commercialization of Human Cells and Tissues (Jean-Paul Pirnay) -- Selling Donations: Ethics and Transfusion Medicine (Jean-Daniel Tissot, Olivier Garraud, Jean-Jacques Lefrère, and Jean-Claude Osselaer) -- Who Are the Owners? Commercialization and Biobanking (Bernice S. Elger) -- Pt. 6. The Bigger Picture -- What else ? Development, Gender, and Human-Rights (Philippe Goyens) -- From Colonization to Neocolonization: New Forms of Exploitation (Firouzeh Nahavandi) -- Commodified Bodies: Is It a Gender Issue ? (Judit Sàndor) -- Trafficking in Persons for the Removal of Organ : A Human-Rights Approach (Debra Budiani-Saberi and Seân Columb) -- Pt. 7. Mapping National and International Responses Questions for the future (Edward Kelley) -- Limiting Commodification: International Law and Its Challenges (Carmel Shalev) -- Medical Products of Human Origin: Towards Global Governance Tools (Luc Noël and Dominique Martin) -- Human Commodification: Professions, Governments, and the Need for Further Exploration (Alexander M. Capron) -- Conclusion (Jean-Daniel Rainhorn and Samira El Boudamoussi) -- Biographies of the Contributors.
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