Negative consequences of human genetic engineering
Ok, so my guiding question was this: "What are the negative consequences of the progress in human genetic engineering?" and this was based on my personal project topic (obviously human genetic engineering).
Area of Interaction that is being used is Homo Faber! For those of you that don't really know what this area consists of, here's a a brief idea: the purpose of homo faber is to develop opportunities for the student to appreciate human capacity to invent, create, transform, enjoy, and improve the quality of life. It gives the student encouragement to observe the significance between science, aesthetics, technology and ethics.
In order to answer the guiding question, I would definitely have to research a lot about the topic, in order to have my background information and knowledge about what exactly goes on within the process of human genetic engineering. According to this area of interaction, I would use collective sources of data (accountable sources), newspaper articles, governmental arguments, legal documents and basically anything that is RELIABLE to argue my point about the negative aspects of this procedure. It's not only about alleviating illnesses or genetic disorders, but its about the formation of a new society, and what that could most likely result in, when new human abilities come into reality, and challenge our morals, rights, and ethics. i would also create my own arguments to see the opinions of others, by most likely using youthvoices and waiting for good replies, finding people that have written about a similar or different aspect involving this idea to challenge my own thinking. We'll see how this one goes...