The Baby Market & Adoption
Explores the issue of the developing baby market for adoptive parents. Examines the history of paying for children, including surrogacy, some of the legal issues involved, & the ramification either a fee for services or a price for the child itself.
# 11284 | 6,750 words | 21 sources | 1996 |
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From the Paper:"The last half of the 20th century has seen a radical change in the way in which human beings in the United States manage their fertility. While most people throughout human history, and even today, have been at the mercy of the fates in regard to fertility, that is no longer the case.
Fertility management extends in two different directions. For those who do not wish to have children, birth control and abortion technologies are now extremely effective and relatively safe. On the other hand, for those who are infertile for some reason, but wish to have children, reproductive technologies are more advanced. For those who cannot successfully have their own children, there is..."
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