Religion in the Abortion Discourse in Singapore: A Case Study of the Relevance of Religious Arguments in Law-making in Multi-Religious Democracies
The article discusses the social issue on religion in the abortion discourse in Singapore. It mentions the relevance of religious arguments in law-making in multi-religious democracies. It notes that laws on abortion vary across different jurisdictions, like prohibiting abortion under all circumstances to freely allowing it without restriction as to reason.
Abortion, Singapore, political doctrines
Asian Studies | Family Law | Law and Society | Religion Law
Law, Society and Governance
Journal of Law and Religion
Hamline University School of Law
TAN, Seow Hon.
Religion in the Abortion Discourse in Singapore: A Case Study of the Relevance of Religious Arguments in Law-making in Multi-Religious Democracies. (2011). Journal of Law and Religion. 16, (2), 505-539. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/1074