• Publications
  • Influence
Understanding and Responding to Anti-choice Women-centred Strategies
  • L. Cannold
  • Sociology, Medicine
    Reproductive health matters
  • 1 January 2002
Women, ectogenesis and ethical theory.
  • L. Cannold
  • Philosophy
    Journal of applied philosophy
  • 1 April 1995
It is argued that the need for ethical relevance requires the views of ethicists to move closer to those of women and that both women in favour and women opposed to abortion rights reject the technology on surprisingly similar grounds.
The abortion myth : feminisn, morality, and the hard choices women make
The feminist position on abortion is little changed from thirty years ago, argues Leslie Cannold. Mired in the rhetoric of "rights," feminists have failed to appreciate women's actual experience of
Who's crying now? Chosen childlessness, circumstantial childlessness and the irrationality of motherhood: a study of the fertility decisions of Australian and North American women
Interviews were conducted with thirty-five Australian and North American women who were fertile, childless and aged between twenty-eight and forty-two. The goal was to investigate how childlessness
Partial and impartial ethical reasoning in health care professionals.
The relationship between ethical reasoning and gender and occupation among a group of male and female nurses and doctors was determined and it was hypothesised that nurses would adopt a partialist approach to reasoning and doctors an impartialist approach.
Consequences for patients of health care professionals' conscientious actions: the ban on abortions in South Australia.
  • L. Cannold
  • Political Science, Medicine
    Journal of medical ethics
  • 1 June 1994
It is concluded that the actions of the South Australian nurses, which have over the last few years both terminated and disrupted second trimester services, are morally impermissible.
Interviewing adults
  • L. Cannold
  • Doing early childhood research
  • 4 August 2020