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An attitudinal survey of euthanasia in Windward Oahu. A cross-sectional pilot study of four age groups.
|Title:||An attitudinal survey of euthanasia in Windward Oahu. A cross-sectional pilot study of four age groups.|
|Issue Date:||Dec 1996|
|Abstract:||Exploring the attitudes of 185 respondents toward euthanasia, this 1990 cross-sectional pilot study utilized 12 survey questions addressing participants' demographic profiles and 18 focusing on: abortion; capital punishment; euthanasia; sterilization; and suicide. Cross-tabulation of structural, behavioral and attitudinal variables revealed age and education were the key factors in this study's finding that the greater a person's life experience, the more favorable one's attitude toward euthanasia.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 1996|
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