European public acceptance of euthanasia: socio-demographic and cultural factors associated with the acceptance of euthanasia in 33 European countries.

@article{Cohen2006EuropeanPA,
  title={European public acceptance of euthanasia: socio-demographic and cultural factors associated with the acceptance of euthanasia in 33 European countries.},
  author={Joachim Cohen and Isabelle Marcoux and J. Bilsen and P. Deboosere and G. van der Wal and L. Deliens},
  journal={Social science \& medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={
          743-56
        }
}
In many European countries, the last decade has been marked by an increasing debate about the acceptability and regulation of euthanasia and other end-of-life decisions in medical practice. [...] Key Method We used the European Values Study data of 1999-2000 with a total of 41125 respondents (63% response rate) in 33 European countries. The main outcome measure concerned the acceptance of euthanasia (defined as 'terminating the life of the incurably sick', rated on a scale from 1 to 10). Results showed that the…Expand
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