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A Survey of the Attitudes of High Schoolteachers on ELSI in Taiwan
|Issue Date: ||2010-11-15 17:07:06 (UTC+8)|
本研究針對台灣不同背景中等教育從業人員（包含生物與非生物領域專長教師）對於基因科技引發的倫理、法律與社會意涵議題（ethical, legal and social implications, 簡稱ELSI），所持知覺與態度之調查研究，以問卷蒐集上述相關資料，因此，本研究目的在從：
In recent times the rapid development of genetic science has raised controversial issues concerning the human subject. Simultaneously, it has also raised many disputes. As is well known, in most areas of research, pros and cons are usually accompanied by fierce debates.
It is probably desirable at this time to lay the groundwork for schoolteachers to proclaim their bioethical public policies and guidelines for the future sound development of medical and scientific technologies. How do they evaluate the issues of the new bio technologies? What are their attitudes towards the ethical, legal, and social issues, such as ELSI? Hence, the specific aims of this study are to:
1. Explore the perspectives of high schoolteachers in genetic science and technology.
2. Analyze their attitudes on the ELSI of genetic science.
3. Compare and contrast the similarities and differences of their attitudes on ELSI.
In order to survey their opinions, I myself designed a questionnaire to study the issue. Twelve experts reviewed it in advance. Most of them are professors whose major fields of research are in law, philosophy, bioethics and biological technology. I have initiated a pilot study in advance. Later, I conducted a formal test in the cities of Taichung, Kaohsiung, Taipei, as well as in Hualien County in Taiwan, after revising the questionnaire in 2004. The actual sample size was 642, of whom 223 were males and 419 females. There were 332 biology teachers and 310 non-biology teachers.
|關聯: ||調查研究－方法與應用 / 19期, 頁29-66|
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