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Baby Markets
Cambridge University Press
9780521513739 - Baby Markets - MONEY AND THE NEW POLITICS OF CREATING FAMILIES - Edited by Michele Bratcher Goodwin
Table of Contents

Contents

Preface
xi
Acknowledgments
xv
Introduction
xix
PART ONE. WHAT MAKES A MARKET? EFFICIENCY, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND RELIABILITY OR GETTING THE BABIES WE WANT
1
1         Baby Markets
Michele Bratcher Goodwin
2
2         The Upside of Baby Markets
Martha Ertman
23
3         Price and Pretense in the Baby Market
Kimberly D. Krawiec
41
4         Bringing Feminist Fundamentalism to U.S. Baby Markets
Mary Anne Case
56
5         Producing Kinship through the Marketplaces of Transnational Adoption
Sara Dorow
69
PART TWO. SPACE AND PLACE: REPRODUCING AND REFRAMING SOCIAL NORMS OF RACE, CLASS, GENDER, AND OTHERNESS
85
6         Adoption Laws and Practices: Serving Whose Interests?
Ruth-Arlene W. Howe
86
7         International Adoption: The Human Rights Issues
Elizabeth Bartholet
94
8         Heterosexuality as a Prenatal Social Problem: Why Parents and Courts Have a Taste for Heterosexuality
José Gabilondo
118
9         Transracial Adoption of Black Children: An Economic Analysis
Mary Eschelbach Hansen and Daniel Pollack
133
PART THREE.SPECTRUMS AND DISCOURSES: RIGHTS, REGULATIONS, AND CHOICE
146
10        Reproducing Dreams
Naomi Cahn
147
11        Why Do Parents Have Rights?: The Problem of Kinship in Liberal Thought
Maggie Gallagher
164
12        Free Markets, Free Choice?: A Market Approach to Reproductive Rights
Debora L. Spar
177
13        Commerce and Regulation in the Assisted Reproduction Industry
John A. Robertson
191
14        Ethics within Markets or a Market for Ethics?: Can Disclosure of Sperm Donor Identity Be Effectively Mandated?
June Carbone and Paige Gottheim
208
PART FOUR.THE ETHICS OF BABY AND EMBRYO MARKETS
225
15        Egg Donation for Research and Reproduction: The Compensation Conundrum
Nanette R. Elster
226
16        Eggs, Nests, and Stem Cells
Lisa C. Ikemoto
237
17        Where Stem Cell Research Meets Abortion Politics: Limits on Buying and Selling Human Oocytes
Michelle Oberman, Leslie Wolf, and Patti Zettler
251
PART FIVE.TENUOUS GROUNDS AND BABY TABOOS
266
18        Risky Exchanges
Viviana A. Zelizer
267
19        Giving In to Baby Markets
Sonia Suter
278
Concluding Thoughts
Michele Bratcher Goodwin
295
Author Bios
297
Index
301



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