Argumentative Essay on Abortion

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    Abortion is a highly controversial topic, in Joseph Meaney's article, Why We Should All Be Pro-Life, he tells about the motivations behind being pro-life, while in Jill Fillipovic's article, Why I’m Pro-Choice, she discusses her side of the never-ending debate. Abortion is defined as the deliberate termination of human pregnancy. It's no secret abortion has been a sensitive subject in aspects of religion, politics and morality. Whenever social issues as contentious as abortion get discussed,…

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    An Ethical Approach on Abortion Pro-choice: The radical idea that women are people. In today’s society pro-life and pro-choice are common words that have developed into one of the largest debates nationwide. While abortion is a seemingly growing subject matter, over time, not much has changed. There are many studies and individual opinions imputed into the ideas of what is right and wrong in the sense of abortion, but that’s not what this paper is about, although the title may have confused you.…

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    Babies Having Babies. Teenage pregnancy is a worldwide problem. While this is true, Megan Comlossy states that there are more teenage pregnancies in the United States than in any other industrialized country (1). According to Poverty and the Government in America: A Historical Encyclopedia, teenage pregnancy is defined as women aging from 13-19 who give birth (1). Teen pregnancy can be caused by numerous factors. Some of these factors are one’s family background, cultural influence, and…

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    Teen pregnancy is when females under the age of 20 become pregnant. It is considered to be a colossal problem in most countries. The prevalence rate is increasing for some countries i.e. USA and Sweden. Whereas, in some countries it is showing a downward trend i.e. Canada. Many studies have been conducted to find out why teen pregnancy occurs and how it can be prevented. Saewyc, E. M., Magee, L. L., & Pettingell, S. E. (2004). Teenage Pregnancy and Associated Risk Behaviors Among Sexually…

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    Description of the Problem: School and family partnerships are lacking in the community to help decrease teenage pregnancy and their dropout rates. With declining adolescent birth rate, according to (Kail & Cavanuagh, 2016) 1 in six young women will become pregnant. (pg. 311). Majority of teen pregnancies will be unintended due to teens using birth control incorrectly. When teens discover the pregnancy; this typically throws young lives into chaos. Forcing the adolescent to make the most…

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    An abortion is the ending of a pregnancy, so that it does not result in the birth of a child. It has always been a controversial topic since the ancient times and the abortion laws differ in each country. There are over 1.1 million abortions in the United States each year and the number continues to grow. The United States abortion rate is among the highest in the world within developed countries (abortion). Imagine if you were an adolescent teen girl, who had unprotected sex because of peer…

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    income. I am not justifying the decisions that some women make, but I can understand why some of them make the choice that they do. I personally know someone that had an abortion. She did not do it to be cruel, but because she was financially unstable; bringing a baby into the world would have been heartless. Nonetheless, abortion should be legal, people have it base on the situation…

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    Although abortion is ending a human life before it had a chance to start and should require extremely heavy measures to ensure that only those who need one receive one, 1.06 million were carried out in America alone in 2011. The American government is extremely lax on this issue, and millions of lives are being extinguished because of it. For one thing, a woman would have more trouble buying a gun then receiving an abortion. On top of this, doctor’s have a sworn oath to protect human life. The…

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    The ethical issue of abortion is not always a religious issue. So, how would someone judge in this issue? Does the judgment rely on the person’s own opinions? Are there facts that show abortion is a murder? If we define murder as killing a human being, would we consider the fetus a human being? First, if we use Plato’s argument, we need to define a human being. What makes a human being human? We need to know the difference between embryo, fetus, child, adult, and person plugged into machine.…

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    The topic of abortion will stir up ethical, legal and religious sentiments throughout the nation, as it is highly debatable. Although a subjective choice, many people believe that abortion is illegal and most of all, immoral. Your Pro-Life Supporters use science, religion, and personal rights to combat a woman’s right to the basic reproductive freedom. On the other side of the argument, Pro-Choice Supporters believe that the government should not put restrictions on a woman’s choice to…

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