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Profile: Emma Phillips (University of Sussex)
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    Western Notions of Informed Consent and Indigenous Cultures: Australian Findings at the Interface. [REVIEW]Pam McGrath & Emma Phillips - 2008 - Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 5 (1):21-31.
    Despite the extensive consideration the notion of informed consent has heralded in recent decades, the unique considerations pertaining to the giving of informed consent by and on behalf of Indigenous Australians have not been comprehensively explored; to the contrary, these issues have been scarcely considered in the literature to date. This deficit is concerning, given that a fundamental premise of the doctrine of informed consent is that of individual autonomy, which, while privileged as a core value of non-Indigenous Australian culture, (...)
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    A Critique of the Existing Research Into Small Primary Schools.Emma Phillips - 1997 - British Journal of Educational Studies 45 (3):235 - 247.
    Major studies carried out in the United Kingdom on small primary schools are drawn upon and evaluated. It is argued that research in this area is flawed for the following reasons: there is no agreed definition of a 'small primary school'; investigations have been biased in their favour as a result of problems in research design and the ways in which data have been analysed; and, finally, there has been a neglect of certain key issues, notably those affecting pupil grouping.
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    Bioethics and Birth: Insights on Risk Decision-Making for an Elective Caesarean After a Prior Caesarean Delivery.Pam McGrath, Emma Phillips & Gillian Ray-Barruel - 2009 - Monash Bioethics Review 28 (3):22-1.
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