The Regulation of Sex Robots - An argumentative study regarding the possible risks sex robots expose women and children to

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title The Regulation of Sex Robots - An argumentative study regarding the possible risks sex robots expose women and children to
Author Rasmusson, Ida
Date 2019
English abstract
The purpose of this thesis is to defend and prove, through four contexts and various arguments, the research standpoint which states that there should be a regulation of sex robots and the use of sex robots. The method used is an argumentation analysis which is used to analyze the arguments pro and contra sex robots and the use of the robotic device. Through a normative framework, the precautionary principle is applied, along with various Human Rights Conventions, as a ground in favor of the regulation. The concluding thoughts of the thesis show that the majority of arguments prove there being the possible risks of objectification, pedophilia, sexual assault, and rape, that sex robots expose women and children to, and therefore there should be a regulation of sex robots and the use of sex robots.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject Sex Robots
Regulation
Sexual assault
Pedophilia
Prostitution
Disabilities
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/28828 Permalink to this page
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