Back To Resources

Values in end-of-life decison-making: some implications for people with a disability

Written Material

" ..This article considers some of the values - such as materialism, mono-culturalism, individualism and economic rationalism - which underpin current trends in end of life decision making. The author goes on to consider some of the implications of the tactic acceptance of these values for the quality of life of all people with disability, irrespective of whether their lives are directly threatened by an end of life decision". This article would also provide some good background reading to social role valorisation (SRV) theory.,Keyword: Ethics. Searchwords: Attitudes, Theory

Check Out Item Request

Author
Alister, Jennifer
Source
ADR 4-94
Publisher
C'wlth Dept of Human Services & Health
Publication Date
1 January 1994
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Ethics
Origin
Australia

© 2015 - 2020 Family Advocacy. Site by Internetrix.