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Jocelyne Perez

RWS 1301
R.Welcker
Annotated Bibliography
BBC - Ethics: Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/euthanasia/
The information presented in this credible source explains what euthanasia is. There are
many different cases and forms of euthanasia. They also explain the legislation behind
this. Also, it has points on people who are against euthanasia. This source will be helpful
by providing history and the making of euthanasia.
Douthat, R. (2014, October 12). The Last Right. The New York Times [New York], p. Sr12.
This article in the Newspaper talks about a woman whom moved just so she could die
legally. This woman was 29 and had Cancer. She moved from California to Oregon to
have a physician assisted suicide. This article will give me a life example on why its okay
for others to decide when die.
E. Garrard and S. Wilkinson. Journal of Medical Ethics, (Feb., 2005) : BMJ Retrieved from
http://0-www.jstor.org.lib.utep.edu/stable/27719333
This credible resource shows the controversy behind euthanasia. In this article all people
are against it. They truly believe no one should ever be killed or asked to be killed. They
talk about two different euthanasia active and passive. Clearly they are very different they
explain them thoroughly. However, both cases are bad and they are against it.
Euthanasia and assisted suicide - Arguments . Retrieved October 28, 2014.
This credible source has many arguments. This source states the pragmatic argument
which is euthanasia, particularly passive euthanasia, is allegedly already a widespread
practice, just not one that people are willing to admit to, so it is better to regulate

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euthanasia properly. It also has a religious argument which defends one of my points.
The way the writer wrote his argument is similar to mine.
Euthanasia Debate | Debate.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.debate.org/euthanasia/
The information presented in this article reveals how people are for euthanasia. They use
the example of an animal if we decide for them, then there shouldnt be a problem doing it
for people who want to. This credible source provides evidence on how many people are in
favor of euthanasia.
Euthanasia: Unpacking the Debate. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.linacre.org/euunde.html
This credible source explains what euthanasia means in other countries. It explains how the
Netherlands say it is a volunteer euthanasia or as we all know an assisted suicide. This
source also demonstrates what Britain and the Dutch think about it. This credible source
provides international informative views in euthanasia.
Isabelle Marcoux, Brian L. Mishara and Claire Durand. Confusion Between Euthanasia and
Other End-of-Life Decisions: Influences on Public Opinion Poll Results Canadian:
Canadian Public Health Association, Retrieved from
http://0www.jstor.org.lib.utep.edu/stable/41994918
The information provided in this source explains how in Europe they approve euthanasia.
With this information I can conclude that assisted suicide isnt a crime if the other person
wants it. It gives information of cases families have gone through and what other people
around the world think of assisted suicide.
Lester, D. (1990). Current concepts of suicide (pp. 95-106). Philadelphia: Charles Press.
This book explain certain concepts on suicide. A chapter in this book will be used to give
an example of revenge suicide. It gives vivid examples on revenge suicide. Providing

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credibility to the cons of euthanasia. This chapter helps me prove that euthanasia can also
be categorized under revenge suicide for those who want vengeance on a family member.
Top 10 Pros and Cons - Euthanasia - ProCon.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://euthanasia.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=000126
This credible source reveals pros and cons about euthanasia. The main topic in this website
are right to die, patient suffering at end-of-life, slippery slope to legalized murder,
Hippocratic Oath and prohibition of killing, government involvement in end-of-life
decisions, palliative care, healthcare spending implications, social groups at risk of abuse,
religious concerns, and living wills, which provide great information. This source will
provide information for why euthanasia is bad.

References
BBC - Ethics: Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/euthanasia/
Douthat, R. (2014, October 12). The Last Right. The New York Times [New York], p. Sr12.
E. Garrard and S. Wilkinson. Journal of Medical Ethics, (Feb., 2005) : BMJ Retrieved from
http://0-www.jstor.org.lib.utep.edu/stable/27719333
Euthanasia and assisted suicide - Arguments . Retrieved October 28, 2014.
Euthanasia Debate | Debate.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.debate.org/euthanasia/
Euthanasia: Unpacking the Debate. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.linacre.org/euunde.html
Isabelle Marcoux, Brian L. Mishara and Claire Durand. Confusion Between Euthanasia and

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Other End-of-Life Decisions: Influences on Public Opinion Poll Results Canadian:
Canadian Public Health Association, Retrieved from
http://0www.jstor.org.lib.utep.edu/stable/41994918
Lester, D. (1990). Current concepts of suicide (pp. 95-106). Philadelphia: Charles Press.
Top 10 Pros and Cons - Euthanasia - ProCon.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://euthanasia.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=000126