Family and informed consent in multicultural setting

American Journal of Bioethics 6 (1):26 – 28 (2006)
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Akabayashi and Slingsby's (2006) article reminds us that the North American emphasis on individualistic autonomy is not universal. As the authors explain, personal identity in Japan is not construc...

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