Browsing by Author "Walker, Ruth"

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  • The future of surrogacy in New Zealand – Beyond the adoption model

    van Zyl, Liezl; Walker, Ruth (Women's Studies Association NZ, 2015)
    Surrogacy in New Zealand is treated as a form of adoption. ACART (2014) proposes that the Health Minister consider compensating women who act as surrogate mothers. We think this is a step in the right direction, but until ...
  • The promise and practice of e-learning within complex tertiary environments

    Johnson, E. Marcia; Walker, Ruth (IEEE, 2007)
    In advance of a change in learning management systems at a tertiary institution in New Zealand, the authors undertook a research study, the purpose of which was to provide a ‘snap-shot’ of existing online instructional ...
  • Rescuing religious non-realism from Cupitt

    Walker, Ruth (Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2006)
    Don Cupitt's version of religious non-realism based as it is on linguistic constructivism, radical relativism and the view that culture forms human nature has been attacked with devastating effect by realists in the last ...
  • Response to George Parker

    van Zyl, Liezl; Walker, Ruth (Women's Studies Association NZ, 2015)
    George Parker quite rightly claims that the focus of the debate about ARTs needs to be on women’s health, rather than on abstract philosophical questions regarding for instance the personhood of embryos, as this is a central ...
  • Surrogacy and the law: three perspectives

    Walker, Ruth; van Zyl, Liezl (LexisNexis NZ Ltd, 2020)
    In this article we argue that, from the perspective of the surrogacy triad, the legal process in New Zealand does not work well. We conducted semi-structured interviews with surrogates and intended parents about their ...