Is it society's moral obligation to populate the world with people who have perceived finer characteristics? Explain.
Should society try to build a better society for everyone? A society that does not include terrorism, war, and greed? Explain.
Could cloning become our evolutionary destiny? Explain.
How does socialization and the discussion of human nature in Chapter 3 impact cloning people for a better society?
Be certain to consider the three main sociological perspectives -- functionalism, conflict theory, and interactionism -- when you formulate your answers. How would the three sociological perspectives view cloning?
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