Qualitative Research Proposal
What do 18-25 year old Adelaide students think about legalising voluntary euthanasia in Australia?
The purpose of this research is to seeking and analysing the opinions about legalising voluntary euthanasia within Adelaide students (aged 18-25 years old). With recent changes to legalisation of child euthanasia in Belgium, the controversial issue of euthanasia is currently being re-spotlighted all over the world. Ongoing active discussion on the legalisation of euthanasia mainly debates individual’s choices in ending their own life. While some people believe that the act of euthanasia violates sanctity of life, others consider that one has the right to their life, and hence should be able to choose to be euthanized.
Even before this research, I was interested in euthanasia area. I just knew brief information and meanings of euthanasia, but I always wanted to know more depth about euthanasia and details. This research will be focused to provide the background and concepts of euthanasia, ethical issues with euthanasia and answer the question of “What do 18-25 year old Adelaide students think about legalising voluntary euthanasia in Australia?” To support this, various information from literature reviews and detailed research design will also be provided.
Over the past decades, many people have argued their opinions about the acceptability and the circumstances of euthanasia whether it should allow or not. World widely, this topic