نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
دکتری جامعه شناسی، دانشکده علوم اجتماعی، دانشگاه تهران، تهران، ایران
عنوان مقاله [English]
This study seeks to analyze new biological technologies with a focus on technologies in the field of fertility and their impact on children throughout human society, including Iran. In this regard, a qualitative approach and exploratory method and documentary analysis have been used. The results show that growth and development in the field of reproductive biotechnologies leads to the following: 1. Gene transfer and trade in order for states to acquire or maintain superior genes and to destroy other human genes. 2. Production of two- or multi-linear humans, or embryos composed of dissimilar genetic components and in The result of the extinction of racial and genetic diversity 3- The export or import of simulated human embryos and the consequent normalization of human trade, the homogenization of human beings 4- Genetic manipulation and joint reproduction between humans and animals 5 - Creating black markets in the field of informal economy for buying and selling biological goods (cells, eggs, sperm, etc.) 6- Determining the genetic pattern of children in advance and producing a child with the desired genotype 7- Sex discrimination in simulation 8 - Reproduction of single people - Homosexuals 9 - Replacement of dying people 10 - Abortion and violation of the right to life of children during the embryonic period to obtain stem cells. Such developments lead to ambiguity and confusion in the structural and semantic contexts associated with children. Semantic and structural ambiguity leads to systematic violence and semantic violence against children and is intensifying day by day; the target of such violence is all the current children of the society, even the potential children and future children who will be born in the continuation of such a situation.