1. Social Science and Bioethics: The Way Forward: Raymond de Vries, Leigh Turner, Kristina Orfali and Charles Bosk.
2. Co-ordinating ‘Ethical’ Clinical Trials: The Role of Research Coordinators in the Contract Research Industry: Jill A. Fisher.
3. The Many Meanings of Care in Clinical Research: Michele M. Easter, Gail E. Henderson, Arlene M. Davis, Larry R. Churchill and Nancy M. P. King.
4. The Field Worker’s Fields: Ethics, Ethnography and Medical Sociology: Renée R. Anspach and Nissim Mizrachi.
5. Ethical Boundary-Work in the Embryonic Stem Cell Laboratory: Steven P. Wainwright, Clare Williams, Mike Michael, Bobbie Farsides and Alan Cribb.
6. Gift Not Commodity? Lay People Deliberating Social Sex Selection: Jackie Leach Scully, Tom Shakespeare and Sarah Banks.
7. It’s Money That Matters: The Financial Context of Ethical Decision-Making in Modern Biomedicine: Adam M. Hedgecoe.
8. The Power of Ethics: A Case Study from Sweden on the Social Life of Moral Concerns in Policy Processes: Klaus Hoeyer.
9. Explaining the Emergence of Euthanasia Law in the Netherlands: How the Sociology of Law Can Help the Sociology of Bioethics: Heleen Weyers.
10. From Biopolitics to Bioethics: Church, State, Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Technology in Ireland: Orla McDonnell and Jill Allison.
11. Taking Sociology Seriously: A New Approach to the Bioethical Problems of Infectious Disease: Mark Tausig, Michael J. Selgelid, Sree Subedi and Janardan Subedi.
12. Biobanks, Bioethics and Concepts of Donated Blood in the UK: Helen Busby.
13. Embodiment and Ethics: Constructing Medicine’s Two Bodies: David Armstrong.