SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    S. Wardell, R.P. Fitzgerald, M. Legge, K. Clift, A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the New Zealand media portrayal of Down syndrome, Disability and Health Journal, 2014, 7, 2, 242

    CrossRef

  2. 2
    Felicity K. Boardman, Knowledge is power? The role of experiential knowledge in genetically ‘risky’ reproductive decisions, Sociology of Health & Illness, 2014, 36, 1
  3. 3
    Gareth M. Thomas, Prenatal Screening for Down's Syndrome: Parent and Healthcare Practitioner Experiences, Sociology Compass, 2014, 8, 6
  4. 4
    Stuart S. Blume, Medical Innovations: Their Diffusion, Adoption, and Critical Interrogation, Sociology Compass, 2013, 7, 9
  5. 5
    M Bell, R Fitzgerald, M Legge, Parent peer advocacy, information and refusing disability discourses, Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 2013, 8, 1-2, 1

    CrossRef

  6. 6
    Emma F. France, Louise Locock, Kate Hunt, Sue Ziebland, Kate Field, Sally Wyke, Imagined futures: how experiential knowledge of disability affects parents’ decision making about fetal abnormality, Health Expectations, 2012, 15, 2
  7. 7
    Mianna Meskus, Personalized ethics: The emergence and the effects in prenatal testing, BioSocieties, 2012, 7, 4, 373

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    Ursula Naue, Thilo Kroll, A reply to ‘The “demented other” or simply “a person”? Extending the philosophical discourse of Naue and Kroll through the situated self’ by John Keady, Steven Sabat, Ann Johnson, and Caroline Swarbrick, Nursing Philosophy, 2011, 12, 4
  9. 9
    Sasha Scambler, Paul Newton, Capital transactions, disruptions and the emergence of personal capital in a lifeworld under attack, Social Theory & Health, 2011, 9, 2, 130

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    Thomas William Shakespeare, Choices, reasons and feelings: Prenatal diagnosis as disability dilemma, ALTER - European Journal of Disability Research / Revue Européenne de Recherche sur le Handicap, 2011, 5, 1, 37

    CrossRef

  11. You have free access to this content11
    Anne C. Madeo, Barbara B. Biesecker, Campbell Brasington, Lori H. Erby, Kathryn F. Peters, The relationship between the genetic counseling profession and the disability community: A commentary, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, 2011, 155, 8
  12. 12
    Susan E. Kelly, Choosing not to choose: reproductive responses of parents of children with genetic conditions or impairments, Sociology of Health & Illness, 2009, 31, 1
  13. 13
    D. S. Goldberg, In Support of a Broad Model of Public Health: Disparities, Social Epidemiology and Public Health Causation, Public Health Ethics, 2009, 2, 1, 70

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    T Krahn, SI Wong, Preimplantation genetic diagnosis and reproductive autonomy, Reproductive BioMedicine Online, 2009, 19, 34

    CrossRef

  15. 15
    Timothy Krahn, Preimplantation genetic diagnosis: does age of onset matter (anymore)?, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 2009, 12, 2, 187

    CrossRef

  16. 16
    Kathryn Ehrich, Clare Williams, Bobbie Farsides, Jane Sandall, Rosamund Scott, Choosing embryos: ethical complexity and relational autonomy in staff accounts of PGD, Sociology of Health & Illness, 2007, 29, 7
  17. 17
    Clare Williams, Kathryn Ehrich, Bobbie Farsides, Rosamund Scott, Facilitating choice, framing choice: Staff views on widening the scope of preimplantation genetic diagnosis in the UK, Social Science & Medicine, 2007, 65, 6, 1094

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    James Mittra, Marginalising ‘eugenic anxiety’ through a rhetoric of ‘liberal choice’: a critique of the House of Commons Select Committee Report on reproductive technologies, New Genetics and Society, 2007, 26, 2, 159

    CrossRef

  19. 19
    Colin Ong-Dean, High Roads and Low Roads: Learning Disabilities in California, 1976–1998, Sociological Perspectives, 2006, 49, 1, 91

    CrossRef

  20. 20
    Kathryn Ehrich, Clare Williams, Rosamund Scott, Jane Sandall, Bobbie Farsides, Social welfare, genetic welfare? Boundary-work in the IVF/PGD clinic, Social Science & Medicine, 2006, 63, 5, 1213

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    Maggie Kirkman, Public health and the challenge of genomics, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 2005, 29, 2
  22. 22
    Bartha Maria Knoppers, Ruth Chadwick, Science and society: Human genetic research: emerging trends in ethics, Nature Reviews Genetics, 2005, 6, 1, 75

    CrossRef

  23. 23
    Edward Hall, The ‘geneticisation’ of heart disease: a network analysis of the production of new genetic knowledge, Social Science & Medicine, 2005, 60, 12, 2673

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    Louise Holt, Children with mind–body differences: performing disability in primary school classrooms, Children's Geographies, 2004, 2, 2, 219

    CrossRef

  25. 25
    Jackie Leach Scully, Christine Rippberger, Christoph Rehmann-Sutter, Non-professionals’ evaluations of gene therapy ethics, Social Science & Medicine, 2004, 58, 7, 1415

    CrossRef

  26. 26
    Edward Hall, Spaces and networks of genetic knowledge making: the ‘geneticisation’ of heart disease, Health & Place, 2004, 10, 4, 311

    CrossRef

  27. You have free access to this content27
    Clare Williams, Jenny Kitzinger, Lesley Henderson, Envisaging the embryo in stem cell research: rhetorical strategies and media reporting of the ethical debates, Sociology of Health & Illness, 2003, 25, 7
  28. 28
    KARL ATKIN, Ethnicity and the Politics of the New Genetics: Principles and Engagement, Ethnicity & Health, 2003, 8, 2, 91

    CrossRef

  29. You have free access to this content29
    Stefan Timmermans, Marc Berg, The practice of medical technology, Sociology of Health & Illness, 2003, 25, 3
  30. 30
    Clare Williams, Priscilla Alderson, Bobbie Farsides, 'Drawing the line' in prenatal screening and testing: Health practitioners' discussions, Health, Risk & Society, 2002, 4, 1, 61

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    Elizabeth Ettorre, A critical look at the new genetics: Conceptualizing the links between reproduction, gender and bodies, Critical Public Health, 2002, 12, 3, 237

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    Patricia de Wolfe, Private Tragedy in Social Context? Reflections on Disability, Illness and Suffering, Disability & Society, 2002, 17, 3, 255

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    George T. H. Ellison, Ian Rees Jones, Social identities and the 'new genetics': Scientific and social consequences, Critical Public Health, 2002, 12, 3, 265

    CrossRef

  34. 34
    Clare Williams, Priscilla Alderson, Bobbie Farsides, Too many choices? Hospital and community staff reflect on the future of prenatal screening, Social Science & Medicine, 2002, 55, 5, 743

    CrossRef

  35. 35
    Clare Williams, Priscilla Alderson, Bobbie Farsides, What constitutes ‘balanced information in the practitioners’ portrayals of Down's syndrome?, Midwifery, 2002, 18, 3, 230

    CrossRef

  36. 36
    Priscilla Alderson, Down's syndrome: cost, quality and value of life, Social Science & Medicine, 2001, 53, 5, 627

    CrossRef

  37. 37
    Torn Shakespeare, Nicholas Watson, Exploring Theories and Expanding Methodologies: Where we are and where we need to go, 2001,

    CrossRef

  38. 38
    Tom Shakespeare, Disability, Human Rights and Contemporary Genetics, eLS,
  39. 39
    Jackie Leach Scully, Disability, Human Rights and Contemporary Genetics, eLS,
  40. 40
    Carine Vassy, Prenatal Diagnosis and Screening, The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society,