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56. Do you agree or disagree with Eugenics – the attempt to genetically ‘improve’ the human race through ‘good breeding’? Why? Eugenics is the attempt to genetically improve the human race through “good breeding” The effects of eugenics in our day. 5Abortion is the killing of an unborn person with physical disabilities, such as a wolf's mouth, twisted feet, or a lack of a limb, as well as mental retardation, such as Down syndrome. According to statistics, every year 50 mil is committed on earth. abortions. Of the three embryos, only two survive. In China, there is a policy - no more than one child in a family, which means that all inferior embryos and even born babies are in danger, but not only that. Many Chinese families want a boy, which means even healthy girls are at risk, many abortions fall on them. Euthanasia is the conscious interruption of the life of the incurably ill in order to save him from suffering. This procedure is based on the fact that a person has the right to deprive himself or others of his life, for “valid” reasons. Is euthanasia legitimate, this is a separate topic. Eugenics as a science, of course, cannot be considered today, but as a social movement and as the idea of eugenics continues to exist. At the end of the 20th century, Singapore became the only country in the world that proclaimed the eugenic task at the level of state policy: to improve the hereditary makings of a nation. Moreover, modern Singapore uses both methods of negative eugenics, offering, for example, sterilization to one of the spouses by family decision in exchange for monetary compensation if the family has low income and several children, as well as positive eugenics when the country tries to overcome the global demographic trend, according to which highly intelligent people tend to marry at a more adult age, and women with high IQ scores, as a rule, have a small number of children. 57. Why The United States of America– the economy number one in the world - cannot be recognized as the healthiest society in the world? The United States is known for its unhealthy food. Every second American consumes fast food in his daily diet. Fast food is often the source of many diseases, such as obesity or bowel disease. For this reason, the United States is not a healthy country. 58)Why inhabitants of countries such as Japan and Sweden are regarded as some of the most egalitarian societies in the world? Japan according to the form of the state regime - a democratic state. in Japan, everyone is equal before the law despite nationality, race, language and origin. Sweden boasts great success in the field of gender equality.The basis of modern Swedish society today is the idea of the equal value of each individual, regardless of gender, religion, ethnic origin, age, sexual identity. This principle implies, in particular, ensuring both men and women equal access to education, the right to professional activities in all areas, to the integrity of the person, protection from violence and discrimination based on gender.
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