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Reproductive technologies: the owned child and commodification

Lesnik-Oberstein, K. ORCID: (2005) Reproductive technologies: the owned child and commodification. New Antigone, 1 (1). pp. 20-27. ISSN 1832-7680

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This article analyses some complexities in and around the idea that the child, in several recent discussions on reproductive technologies, is constantly brought in relation to the market and commodity, and yet is not simply equated with commodity. When and how is the child a commodity and not a commodity?

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Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Literature and Languages > Graduate Centre for International Research in Childhood (CIRCL)
ID Code:28148
Publisher:New Antigone
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