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Title Euthanasia, abortion, death penalty and religion : the right to life and its limitations : international empirical research / Hans-Georg Ziebert, Francesco Zaccaria, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]

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Series Religion and human rights ; 4.
Religion and human rights (Springer (Firm)) ; v. 4.
Subject Right to life -- Philosophy.
Right to life -- Religious aspects.
Euthanasia -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Abortion -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Capital punishment -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Alt Name Ziebertz, Hans-Georg, 1956-
Zaccaria, Francesco,
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Contents The right to life questioned. Introductory remarks / Hans-Georg Ziebertz and Francesco Zaccaria -- Religion and the right to (dispose of) life : a study of the attitude of Christian, Muslim and Hindu students in India concerning death penalty, euthanasia and abortion / Francis-Vincent Anthony and Carl Sterkens -- The right to life among Chilean youth / Jorge Manzi and Joaquin Silva -- Human dignity, religious ethics or hedonism -- what can predict young people's attitudes in Germany towards the right to life in the cases of euthanasia and abortion? / Hans-Georg Ziebertz -- The impact of religion on attitudes towards abortion and euthanasia. An empirical study among Italian students / Francesco Zaccaria, Francis-Vincent Anthony, and Carl Sterkens -- Religion, human rights and matters of life and death : exploring attitude toward abortion and euthanasia among adolescents in England and Wales / Leslie J. Francis, Ursula McKenna, and Abdullah Sahin -- The right to life : a perspective of young Palestinian Muslims / Raymond J. Webb and Fatma Jamal Asa'd -- Attitudes towards the right to life and the religiosity of young people in Lithuania / Milda Alisauskiene and Ausra Maslauskaite -- Death penalty and the right to life. A comparative empirical study in Tanzania and Nigeria / Clement Fumbo, Modestus Adimekwe, and Hans-Georg Ziebertz -- Religion and attitudes towards abortion and euthanasia among young people in Poland and Norway / Pal Ketil Botvar, Claudia Sarti, Katarzyna Zielinska, and Marcin K. Zwierzdzynski -- Religion, trust in institutions and attitudes towards abortion : a comparison of Lutheran and Orthodox countries / Olga Breskaya, Pal Ketil Botvar, Anders Sjoborg, and Silviu Rogobete.
Summary This book considers how the termination of life might be accepted in the view of a general obligation to protect life. It features more than 10 papers written by scholars from 14 countries that offer international comparative empirical research. Inside, readers will find case studies from such areas as: India, Chile, Germany, Italy, England, Palestine, Lithuania, Nigeria, and Poland. The papers focus on three limitations of the right to life: the death penalty, abortion, and euthanasia. The contributors explore how young people understand and evaluate the right to life and its limitations. The book presents unique empirical research among today's youth and reveals that, among other concepts, religiosity matters. It provides insight into the acceptance, perception, and legitimation of human rights by people from different religious and cultural backgrounds. This investigation rigorously tests for inter-individual differences regarding political and judicial rights on religious grounds, while controlling for other characteristics. It will help readers better understand the many facets of this fundamental, yet controversial, philosophical question. The volume will be of interest to students, researchers, as well as general readers searching for answers.
Note Online resource; title from PDF file page (EBSCO, viewed November 26, 2018).
ISBN 9783319987736 (electronic bk.)
3319987739 (electronic bk.)
9783319987729
OCLC # 1066741239


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