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First Trial

N

Q1 Yes

  No

Q2  Yes

   No

Don't Know

Q3  Yes

    No

Don't Know

G2C2 1

33

29

1

4

21

1

18

0

3

G1C4 2

28

25

4

12

15

0

18

2

0

G1C5 3

28

24

4

4

21

0

14

1

0

Total  4

89

78

9

20

57

1

50

3

3

(%)

100

88

10

22

64

1

56

3

3

2) Second Trial

On the basis of the answers above I asked another question and they answered in writing.

Q: If you could not do child birth, for example, because of the reproductive defects caused by an accident, but could use your egg and have enough money, do you want to have a child by a surrogate mother?  

47 said Yes: reason {I really want to have a genetically own child.}  46 said No: reason {It is not a natural method. As a child grows up, he/she would likely have troubles about his/her identity. I would rather have an adopted child.}

Second Trial

Answer

Q  Yes

  No

Don't Know

No answer

G2C2

40

19

18

2

1

G1C4

29

16

13

0

0

G1C5

30

12

15

3

0

Total

99

47

46

5

1

Ratio

100

47

46

5

1

3) Third Trial

According to their answers, we can see that students think about various situations such as a surrogate mother, a child and a parent. The other simple questionnaire was carried out with one third of students by the various points of view.

*see below: Y= Yes reason vs N = No reason

Q1 and 2  Y: { Using own egg means having a genetically own child.}

Q3  Y: {It is not a problem.}  N {I do not like a surrogate mother being a registered mother.}

Q4  Y: {People who want to use this method may ask a surrogate mother.}  N: {Risk is huge.}

Q5  Y: {A surrogate mother should be paid because doing so is big job.}  N: {We may show some gratitude.}

Q6  Y: {A child would be shocked.}  N: {A child could be understood by some explanation.}

Q7  Y: {It is pity for a child to have troubles about their identity.}

Q8  Y: {Natural born baby is better.}

Q9  Y{An adopted child is better.}

Third Trial

N

Q1 Yes

    No

No answer

Q2 Yes

No

No answer

Q3  Yes

   No

No answer

G1C5

29

4

22

3

15

10

4

13

15

1

%

100

14

76

10

52

34

14

45

52

3

Q4  Yes

  No

not understand

Not answer

Q5  Yes

 No

not understand

not answer

7

16

2

4

24

0

1

4

24

55

7

14

83

0

3

14

In conclusion, firstly students do not understand because they are too young (15-17years old). Secondly the answers ratio gradually increased. This shows students could develop their

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