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Should Australia Legalize Euthanasia?

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In this article, Perry reviews the advantages of enforcing euthanasia with the injured military personnel during the war. The author was stored information from former troops, who have experienced the war. This information is mostly the story of the soldiers who was wounded torture in the war, and the fellow soldiers decided to assassinate that soldier, who then lost the pain. His research focuses on the thoughts of the former military personnel about mercy killings. The article is useful to my research topic, as Perry suggests that there are numerous reasons for enforcing mercy killings to the soldiers with the intractable circumstances. The main limitation of the article is that the research was too narrow because it lacks opinions and aspects…show more content…
describe the current situation (2013) of the legalisation of euthanasia in Australia. The authors use data gained from the history of legislation and the current situation in seven jurisdictions to try to determine the positive outcomes of voluntary euthanasia and identify the power of politics towards legalising euthanasia. Their research focuses on the experience of how those seven countries strived to legalised euthanasia. The article is useful to my research topic, as Carson et al. suggest that there is a definite benefit of euthanasia, and Australian should strive to legalise euthanasia. The main limitation of the article is that the information was a lack of strong reasons for Australia to legalising euthanasia. This article will form the basis of my research; as it will be useful information about the current situation of euthanasia in Australia and how do other seven countries accept euthanasia to be the…show more content…
review the right of life, which everybody has the right to decide his or her destiny to live and die. The author uses data gained from the previous cases of euthanasia in Europe to try to identify the main reasons why those people requested euthanasia as an alternative. Their research focuses on the factors that drive people at the terminal phase of life needed to die. The article is useful to my research topic, as Quffa et al. suggest that there are reasons and rights of a person, who are having incurably ill to choose their destiny at the end of their lives. The main limitation of the article is that the research was restricted to the thought of the author. Thus, there should be some ideas from the relatives of the person who has completed euthanasia. The article will form the basis of my research, as the research is describing the right of the individual to voice their choices that best suit for their
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