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Research project The aim of this research project is to undertake an in-depth philosophical analysis of the ethics and politics of close personal relationships and parenting, in light of ongoing sociocultural changes such as increased uptake and visibility of alternative lifestyles, as well as greater availability of technologies which impact on reproductive choice. A related and secondary aim is to stimulate research interest within Sweden in the area of the project, and provide a framework for interdisciplinary collaboration.
The objectives of this project are: (1) To examine the arguments that recommend or disqualify relationship and family structures that deviate from heterosexual, monogamous or marital norms as legitimate modes of organisation of private life, reproduction and parenting, in the context of current technological, societal and policy changes; (2) To explore the foundations and limits of rights and duties in the realm of close personal relationships, reproduction and parenting; (3) To encourage further interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as academic and societal communication, on the ethics and policy-making of close personal relationships and reproductive technology.
Finansår , 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
huvudman: Daniela Cutas, finansiar: Vetenskapsrådet, y2014: 1450000, y2015: 1450000, y2016: 1450000, y2017: 1450000,