Browsing 2.13 Graduate Programs of Education (Human Sciences) by Subject "Voluntary euthanasia"
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Death and dying : an investigation of factors that influence support for euthanasia among Thai people (Assumption University, 2013)
Support for Voluntary and Nonvoluntary Euthanasia: What Roles Do Conditions of Suffering and the Identity of the Terminally Ill Play? (2015)
This study investigated the level of support for voluntary and nonvoluntary euthan- asia under three conditions of suffering (pain; debilitated nature of the body; burden on the family) experienced by oneself, a significant other, and a person in general. The sample consisted of 1,897 Thai adults (719 males, 1,178 females) who voluntarily filled in the study’s questionnaire. Initial multivariate analysis of variance indicated significant group (oneself, significant other, person in general) differences in level of support for voluntary and ...