Kathy Phillips

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John Harris: The only traits it would be morally problematic to induce are those that would be harmful to the individual or to others. It wouldn't be morally problematic if a woman had a boy rather than a girl, or a child with a particular skin or eye colour or high intelligence. No one has a reason to bemoan the birth of such a child. Nor would the child(More)
  • Ken Eason, Chris Carter, Susan Harker, Sue Pomfrett, Kathy Phillips, John Richardson
  • 1997
Scholarly practices differ considerably in the way they store, use and disseminate information. It may be hypothesised that they may also differ in their need for electronic journals and these journals may have different effects on scholarly practice. This brief study used secondary sources of information to compare the impact of electronic journals on(More)
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