Transnational surrogacy: The 'public' selection of selective discourse

Majumdar, Anindita (2013) Transnational surrogacy: The 'public' selection of selective discourse. Economic and Political Weekly. ISSN 00129976

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The manner in which assisted reproductive technologies are deliberately enmeshed with human subjects in public discourse complicates its regulation. The public debate surrounding the ART Draft Bill's provisions to regulate transnational commercial surrogacy is an example of how issues relating to this burgeoning billion dollar industry are represented in the public and administrative spheres.

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Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Transnational surrogacy;public' selection
Subjects: Social sciences
Divisions: Department of Liberal Arts
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Date Deposited: 10 Jul 2021 06:56
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