“Avoiding the battle or deliberately opaque? Fair labelling and accessible language in the abortion debate”.

This source preferred by Jeffrey Wale

Authors: Wale, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21091/

Start date: 21 January 2014

A visual presentation of the outmoded, frequently opaque and confusing language used in abortion regulation, professional guidance, related literature and debate. This poster presentation will attempt to stimulate debate about the ethical, moral, practical and legal implications of the language and labels used and the case for/against continued opacity.

No specific position is taken on the rights of the embryo/fetus or on any right to abortion but it is argued that any legal protection that is offered should be reasonably defined.

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