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Criminalising carers: death desires and assisted dying outlaws

Criminalising carers: death desires and assisted dying outlaws
Criminalising carers: death desires and assisted dying outlaws
Drawing upon specific examples of situations where care givers have been potentially criminally implicated in the end of life decisions of those they cared for, this chapter explores the precarious nature of the care relationship in this context
9781841137322
58-74
Hart
Biggs, Hazel
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Brooks-Gordon, Belinda
Ebtehaj, Fatemeh
Herring, Jonathan
Johnson, Martin H
Richards, Martin
Biggs, Hazel
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Brooks-Gordon, Belinda
Ebtehaj, Fatemeh
Herring, Jonathan
Johnson, Martin H
Richards, Martin

Biggs, Hazel (2007) Criminalising carers: death desires and assisted dying outlaws. In, Brooks-Gordon, Belinda, Ebtehaj, Fatemeh, Herring, Jonathan, Johnson, Martin H and Richards, Martin (eds.) Death Rites and Rights. Portland, US. Hart, pp. 58-74.

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Drawing upon specific examples of situations where care givers have been potentially criminally implicated in the end of life decisions of those they cared for, this chapter explores the precarious nature of the care relationship in this context

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Published date: November 2007

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Local EPrints ID: 149203
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/149203
ISBN: 9781841137322
PURE UUID: 29bd96ff-eccb-45a0-aa49-650465f493e7

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Date deposited: 11 Jun 2010 14:06
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 19:30

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Author: Hazel Biggs
Editor: Belinda Brooks-Gordon
Editor: Fatemeh Ebtehaj
Editor: Jonathan Herring
Editor: Martin H Johnson
Editor: Martin Richards

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