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Bibliography for Peters on Genetics

  • "Biotechnology: Its Challenges to the Churches and the World," August 1989, World Council of Churches, P.O. Box 2100, 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland, p.2.
  • "Germ-Line Gene Therapy: A New Stage of Debate," Law, Medicine, and Health Care, 20:1/2 (Spring/Summer, 1992) 31.
  • "HUGO Statement on Patenting of DNA Sequences," HUGO Americas, 7986-D Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda MD 20814, USA. Report in Human Genome News, 6:6 (March-April 1995) 5.
  • "Is Gene Therapy a Form of Eugenics?" Bioethics, 7:2/3 (April 1993) 184.
  • "Social Policy Issues in Genome Research," Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 8:3 (Fall 1993) 15.
  • "The Church and Genetic Engineering," Pronouncement of the Seventeenth General Synod, United Church of Christ, Fort Worth, Texas, 1989, p.4.
  • "United Methodist Church Genetic Task Force Report to the 1992 General Conference," p. 118.
  • Ann Lammers and Ted Peters, "Genethics: Implications of the Human Genome Project," The Christian Century, 107:27 (October 3, 1990) 868-872
  • Billings, et. al., "Discrimination as a Consequence of Genetic Testing," 481.
  • Charles Murray and Richard Herrnstein, The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life (New York: Free Press, 1994).
  • Cole-Turner, "Genetics and the Church," 55.
  • David Heyd, Genethics: Moral Issues in the Creation of People (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992).
  • Dean H. Hamer, Stella Hu, Victoria L. Magnuson, Nan Hu, and Angela A. L. Pattatucci, "A Linkage Between DNA Markers on the X Chromosome and Male Sexual Orientation," Science, 261:5119 (July 16, 1993) 321-327.
  • Dorothy Nelkin and Laurence Tancredi, Dangerous Diagnostics: The Social Power of Biological Information (New York: Harper Collins, Basic Books, 1989) 12.
  • Edward O. Wilson, Sociobiology: The New Synthesis (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975) 4. On Human Nature (New York: Bantam, 1978) 175.
  • Ellen Germain and Alice Park, "Born Gay?" Time, 142:4 (July 26, 1993) 36-39.
  • Gaudium et Spes in Renewing the Earth: Catholic Documents on Peace, Justice and Liberation, ed. by David O’Brien and Thomas A. Shannon (New York: Image Books, 1977) 229.
  • Genethics: The Clash Between The New Genetics and Human Values, ed. by David Suzuki and Peter Knudtson (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, rev. ed., 1990)
  • Genetic Information and Health Insurance (Washington, DC: National Institutes of Health, National Center for Human Genome Research, Publication No. 93-3686, May 10, 1993) 2.
  • Hessell Bouma, et. al., Christian Faith, Health, and Medical Practice (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans, 1989) 4-5.
  • Human Genetics: Ethical Issues in Genetic Testing, Counseling, and Therapy, The Catholic Health Association of the United States, 4455 Woodson Road, St. Louis, MO 63134-0889 (1990) p. 21.
  • John Carey, Business Week, 3423 (May 8, 1995) "The Gene Kings," pages 72-78.
  • Kevles and Hood, The Code of Codes, 313,314.
  • Mitchel L. Zoler, "Genetic Tests," Medical World News (January 1991) 1-4.
  • New York Times, CXLIV:50:060, National Edition, "Religious Leaders Prepare to Fight Patents on Genes," page 1.
  • Paul R. Billings, Mel A. Kohn, Margaret de Cuevas, Jonathan Beckwith, Joseph S. Alper, and Marvin R. Natowicz, "Discrimination as a Consequence of Genetic Testing," American Journal of Human Genetics, 50 (1992) 481.
  • Peter Meyer, "Biotechnology: History Shapes German Opinion," Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 6:4 (Winter 1991) 92-97.
  • Philip Elmer-DeWitt, "The Genetic Revolution," Time, 143:3 (January 17, 1994) 46-53.
  • R. David Cole, "Genetic Predestination?" Dialog, 33:1 (Winter 1994) 21.
  • Rebecca Eisenberg, "Genes, Patents, and Product Development," Science, 257 (14 August 1992) 903-908, p. 904.
  • Richard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene (New York: Oxford, 1976, rev. 1989).
  • Rifkin, Algeny, (New York: Viking, 1983), 17, 252, 230-234.
  • Robert L. Sinsheimer, "Genetic Engineering: Life as a Plaything," Technology Review, 86:14 (1983) 14-70.
  • Ron Cole-Turner, "Genetics and the Church," Prism, 6:1 (Spring 1991) 53-61.
  • Ronald Cole-Turner, The New Genesis: Theology and the Genetic Revolution (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1993) 45.
  • Thomas H. Murray, "Ethical Issues in Human Genome Research," FASEB Journal 5 (January 1991) 55-60.
  • Time, 143:3 (January 17, 1994) 53.
  • Troy Duster, "Genetics, Race, and Crime: Recurring Seduction to a False Precision," DNA on Trial: Genetic Information and Criminal Justice (Plainview, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Press, 1992) 132.
  • Troy Duster, Backdoor to Eugenics (New York and London: Routledge, 1990).
  • W. French Anderson, "Genetics and Human Malleability," Hastings Center Report, 20:1 (January/February, 1990) 23.
  • Who’s Afraid of the Human Genome?’ Hastings Center Report, 19:4 (July-August, 1989) 21.
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